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FAQ

How common is identity theft?
Not as prevalent as the media would have you believe.While fraud has been on the increase for last two decades since criminals figured out that drug dealing and armed robbery will usually net them less money and longer prison sentences, most are still stealing people’s identities to commit criminal acts. Most of what is called “identity theft” is actually just run-of-the-mill credit card fraud which has existed since credit cards were issued. True identity theft is actually very rare.The true horror stories about people becoming long-term impersonators of others, using their identities to drain pension funds and bank accounts, or even filing deeds and selling other people’s homes are very rare. Most people are aware enough of their finances and aren’t distracted by other things so that ID thieves can really harm them seriously. For now most of the damage that is down is to credit card companies and banks that have to write off losses due to fraud.Having said that, in the near future with improvements digital printing, with the increase of people using cloud storage for their personal information and as credit restrictions caused by the mortgage debacle lessen, identity fraud may truly become the dangerous crime that the media has been hyping it up to be.
How can I prevent identity theft from happening to me?
Identity theft, also known as identity fraud, is a crime in which an imposter obtains key pieces of personally identifiable information, such as Social Security or driver’s license numbers, in order to impersonate someone else.Identity theft occurs when someone uses another’s personally identifying information, like their name, identifying number, or credit card number , without their permission, to commit fraud or other crimes.Types of Identity TheftThe following are the types of Identity Theft:1.Criminal Identity TheftCriminals have previously obtained state-issued identity documents using credentials stolen from others, or have simply presented a Fake ID2.Financial Identity TheftThe most common type is financial identity theft, where someone wants to gain economical benefits in someone else’s name. This includes getting credits, loans, goods and services, claiming to be someone else.3.Synthetic Identity TheftSynthetic Identity Theft, in which identities are completely or partially fabricated.The most common technique involves combining a real social security number with a name and birth date other than the ones associated with the number.4.Medical Identity TheftMedical Identity crime is that medical identity theft occurs when someone seeks medical care under the identity of another personHow to protect yourself from Identity Theft?1.Credit ReportsMonitor your credit reports constantly for any signs of suspicious activity. Or think about freezing your credit reports. It’s not a perfect solution but it will help prevent identity thieves from opening up new accounts.2.Protect your InformationProtect your computers and personal information your phones and tablets, your accounts and passwords, your surfing, your banking and accounts, your social network etc. These can all be points of vulnerability that crooks will quickly exploit.3.Protect your HomeToo much personal information lying around your home could be an easy temptation to people you doesn’t know. So hide it where burglars and others can’t easily find it. And make sure you shred any sensitive financial information before you dispose of it.4.Guard your MailSome thieves say that most of their crimes start with stolen mail, so make sure you don’t leave it in your mailbox for longer than you have to.5.Social NetworksMind what you and your kids say on Facebook and other social networks. Thieves are constantly checking out Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other networks for personal information that might help them commit a fraud.6.Lock down your ComputerThere are dozens of free security tools, from antivirus to safe surfing that will help keep malicious software or malware from infecting your computer and stealing your information.7.Use passwords properlyThat means making them long, complicated and random, changing them regularly, guarding themPunishment for Identity Theft in IndiaUnder the Information Technology Act 2000 Chapter IX Sec 66CWhoever, fraudulently or dishonestly makes use of the electronic signature, password or any other unique identification feature of any other person, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine which may extend to rupees one lakh.Identity Theft is the largest contributor to Fraud in IndiaEvery minute about 19 people fall victim to identity theftFrauds due to applicants submitting fraudulent contact information has risen by 3% contributing to 18% of all detected frauds.The mortgage portfolio has observed a 50% increase in the fraud incidence rate.Falsification of address proof is the most popular behaviour seen amongst fraudstersHiding of adverse credit is the most common behaviour especially in the automotive loan category followed by mortgage fraud.In India identity theft accounts for 77% of the fraud cases in Q1 2015.Overall, identity theft and fictitious identity cases continue to contribute around three-fourths of all detected fraud cases.Amongst various financial products, auto loans, mortgage loans and credit cards have seen the largest number of fraud cases from identity theft represented by 85% of the total detected frauds in Q1 2015Identity theft has observed a rise from 76% in the first quarter of 2014 to 77% in the first quarter of 2015.Persons ages 25 to 64 (8%) had higher prevalence rates of identity theft than persons age 18 to 24 (4%) and 65 or older (6%)FundsTiger can arrange loans from all the banks we can help you to get all types of loans and also balance transfers on existing loans and can also help you to giving free credit consultation.
How can identity theft happen online?
Sharing or giving personal identifying information to un-vetted sources, may cause you to become a victim of identity theft. While you may think that you are in the process of purchasing an item, you are giving identifying and bank account information to a nefarious subject. Its easier than you think. Thats why you must be certain to look for such as: https SSL/TLS authentication certificate designations.
Identity Theft: AT&T fraud, someone has used my social security and password to open 8 new lines on my phone account, how could this happen?
Thank you for the A2A. There are a multitude of ways that your SSN and PW could have been compromised - this happens frequently. SSN’s, DOBs, PW, PINS, etc, are sold for just a few dollars. The information is sometimes obtained from internal sources, and sometimes from other sources. Often people provide their SSN when they feel that it is “required” and then in a different place they provide their PIN because they think it is required, and the information is then combined and used for identity theft. Other times people unknowingly reveal the information, having no idea that it has been compromised. Those are just a couple of examples. Every one should be aware that the only way to protect their identity is to protect it themselves, and to look at their accounts on a daily basis. One easy way to do this is using a service such as Envestnet | Yodlee Financial Data I use the free service there and it has worked well for me for many years. You can use it to monitor all of your financial accounts, and notify you when certain things take place. You set up the criteria for the notifications. For example, I have mine set up notify me if more than one dollar is spent out of any account (bank/credit card/etc). There are services that you can pay for, but I have found the yodlee (free) one is far better than the ones that have to be paid for.But that is going forward - right now you need to deal with what just happened and recover from that. I assume that you have reported it already. Be sure to also report it at Identity Theft Recovery Steps immediately, and follow the instructions they provide you. You asked if there were red flags raised. Maybe yes, maybe no. The way I look at things, the prevalence of identity theft nowadays is in essence, a red flag for me, and for everyone, warning us to take appropriate measures to protect our own information. For more information, message me - but please do not send me any of your personal information.
How does identity theft impact the pre-employment screening of a candidate? How should they deal with the situation?
Identity Theft for Employment PurposesOne of the most alarming realities regarding identify theft resides in the fact that the information can be purchased on the black market for as little as $30. The amount of damage this may cause the victim can very well exceed the price paid by the thief to obtain the information. While most criminals are stealing identities for financial gain, some are only looking to gain employment. The New York Timesreported on a family who found their 3-year-old daughter’s identity had been used by an undocumented worker. They soon were informed the thief wasn’t pursuing a financial crime, but needed a job to support his family.The Federal Trade Commission doesn’t distinguish which identify thefts are used to steal money versus those who are looking to find employment. It is estimated 10 million Americans have their identities stolen each year, leaving natural disasters and data breaches as a door open for that number to growSteps to Take If You Suspect You're a Victim of Identity TheftAnalyze Your Situation. ...Place a Fraud Alert with a National Credit Reporting Agency (CRA) ...Check Your Financial Accounts. ...Check Your Computer for Viruses. ...Secure Your Proof of Identity. ...File a Complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) ...File a Police Report. ...Keep a Record of Your Actions.
How does identity theft work?
How does identity theft work?What does the thief get/get to do when they commit identity theft?What is the actual crime in identity theft: Misrepresention/Impersonating -or- the shenanigans committed during the impersonation?There are many ways that identity theft is accomplished. The actual crimes committed during the process also vary. Fraud is the general crime common to most if not all cases of identity theft. What do the fraudsters get? Some of them get jail-time immediately because they are caught immediately, others obtain credit cards and/or loans and/or mortgages in another person’s name first, and jail-time later.Thanks for the A2A.
How can I be sure my employer will protect me from employment related identity theft?
Your employer will do little, if anything, to protect you from identity theft.Why?They can deny that their business was/is the source of your personal information - Unless the offender using your ID is caught and admits that the source of the information that they misused was your employer, they (the employer) can simply state that it was not.It isn’t their business to do so - Seriously. Your employer’s primary purpose is to make money. Then it’s to take care of its customers. THEN it’s to take care of its employees, and that’s usually concentrated around running a safe workplace and making certain that they pay you and provide you with whatever benefits your position offers. Keeping your personal information secured is a minor concern for most businesses, if it is one at all.Most employers have little or no control over their Human Resources departments - Again,seriously. I have worked at businesses that have had 4 different HR managers in less than a year. I have worked at businesses which left employee personal data on the HR personnel’s desks with non-HR employees alone in the office. As a maintenance supervisor at one plant, I had keys for an entire building including the HR office. While I’m not a crook, no one checked to see if I was. Most companies treat HR like they are a collection of bastard stepchildren and the low morale in those departments is the dangerous result.Many businesses store older records (including personnel records) offsite - Most of the major document control companies use temps to retrieve and store their records and temp services do either poor background checks or none at all. Even if they did, no one is watching the temps all of the time and they’ll simply fire them if they catch them looking in the boxes, they won’t call the police.Many businesses go out of business - If you have lived in the US and you have worked for a business that later closed or went bankrupt, what do you think that they did with the records? Off site professional storage. A smaller business might use a storage locker. A really small business might simply throw the records away. Anecdote:When I used to purchase auction lots, i routinely came across boxes of personnel records from closed firms. While I tried to contact the business,its attorneys or I destroyed them in a bonfire, many people who go to auctions simply find the nearest dumpster and chuck them.Copiers - Not talking out of school here, but it’s a well-known “secret” that many advanced copy machines store files on them. If the memory cache isn’t purged before the copier is returned to a leasing company or before it’s sold, there could be a treasure trove of personnel data in it. Do you think that your employer cares about this? Nope.Temps/contractors - While I have been a contractor for many years, the companies who use me have run background checks on me and in one instance I had to be bonded. This behavior was the exception, not the rule as most temps and contractors are given free rein inside of most businesses. In fact, a high-performing temp/contractor can be hired, even though they may indeed be an ID thief.There are many more things…but the above should really make people aware that their employer takes very few steps to protect their employee’s personal data.