As recent college graduates are now applying for internships, jobs, car loans or even credit cards – often for the first time – they are using their personal information and are suddenly much more vulnerable to identity theft. They might be asked to give some specific personal details and not know that it’s not information needed when applying.
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Your Facebook feed is likely inundated with cute photos of smiling kids sporting new backpacks and lunch boxes for their first day of school. With it being back to school time, the identity theft protection experts at the Equifax Finance blog are sharing some valuable information about the very real risks of child identity theft.
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As tax season approaches, criminals are preparing just as much for returns as you are. That is because the rise in fraudulent returns filed has been tremendous, and many people do not realize that they have fallen victim until the IRS denies them their refund.
Equifax shares some tips on how to avoid being among those denied your tax return with[...]