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Yes, your child could be a victim of identity theft

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Could your child have a credit report even if he or she has never used a credit card or borrowed money? It’s possible when identity theft is involved. Your child’s Social Security number (SSN) may be exposed in a number of ways — school records and medical records are just…

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Senators worry troops could fall victim to fraud in wake of Equifax hack

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A bipartisan pair of senators is pressing Equifax for details on how it plans to protect data on U.S. servicemembers caught up in a massive breach, underscoring fears of potential identity theft and financial fraud. Sens. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) and Dean Heller (R-Nev.) wrote to the credit reporting firm on…

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WHY ARE FOOTBALLERS FALLING VICTIM TO BEING HACKED?

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans AC Milan footballer Gianluigi Donnarumma has claimed that he is the victim of hacking after his Instagram account promised to discuss a …

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14-month-old victim of alleged child abuse

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ Milwaukee – A 14-month-old boy is in serious condition today as the Milwaukee Police investigate a report of aggravated child abuse. The child was taken to a local hospital where he …

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Qatari company falls victim to international hacking

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Qatari company falls victim to international hacking

An international hacking gang that monitored the emails of a Qatari food-related company siphoned off about 111 thousand dollars by claiming to be a client that the company was dealing …

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Abuse victim forced to give her baby up for adoption was let down by police, says watchdog

A domestic abuse victim whose baby was subsequently put up for adoption was failed by South Wales Police, the police watchdog has concluded.

The teenage mum was initially not treated as a victim of abuse despite eyewitness evidence of an assault, of which he has now been convicted, and evidence of abusive messages.

Her local authority, the Vale of Glamorgan, is also now being investigated over its handling of her case, which saw it enrol her on joint counselling sessions with her abusive partner.

The father of the 18-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, believes the public bodies’ handling of the allegations led to her child, now two, being taken away from her against her will.

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Kym Marsh: I was victim of ‘catfishing’ scam after man believed we were dating

The star – who plays Michelle Connor in the soap – has spoken about her identity being used online. Coronation Street star Kym Marsh has revealed a man thought he was in a relationship with her for 10 years after he was duped online in a ‘catfishing’ scam. The actress said her identity was used to lure a man into believing they were dating via the internet, and she also revealed her eldest daughter has also been used as bait. Read More….

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‘I am a victim of internet hacking and spamming,’ says daycare founder arrested for child porn

Christopher Pattichis, the founder of a daycare in Brossard and Lasalle, who was arrested Wednesday for possession of child pornography, says he is not only innocent — he is also a victim.

“I am not guilty of what these charges imply, and moreover feel that I am a victim of internet hacking and spamming. I have never been involved in anything even remotely associated with these accusations,” Pattichis, 42, said in a statement released to the media Thursday.

“I was spammed via social media [in] a series of illicit, grotesque and disturbing images. This occurred while I was sleeping. When I woke up to find my Facebook and OneDrive had been blocked, I had realized that these images had been registered in my smart phone.

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Victim of identity theft racks up five criminal convictions

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Victim of identity theft racks up five criminal convictions

A McAllen man will have his criminal record cleaned up after authorities discovered he didn’t actually commit the crimes.
Hidalgo County District Attorney Ricardo Rodriguez filed the motion for expungement last week. It states that from 1997-1999, a man falsely

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3 Things That Make You More Likely to Be a Fraud Victim

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3 Things That Make You More Likely to Be a Fraud Victim

Using social networks and sharing personal information online can dramatically increase your risk for fraud, a new study has found.
It makes sense that consumers who disclose the most about themselves online are at greater risk of becoming fraud victims.

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