In the process of searching for a new home? There could be a number of home-buying scams and identity thieves looking to compromise your identity.
ProtectMyID recently worked with Edelman Berland to create a national survey about taxes and identity theft risks. The following 20 questions reveal how consumers understand tax-related identity theft and what they do to protect themselves.
Learning how to find fraud when reviewing your credit report is an important step to keeping your identity safe from thieves.
Sharing smartphone safety tips with your family is an important step to preventing identity theft.
The rise in online dating is giving scammers easy opportunities to prey on those looking for love. This helpful infographic on "sweetheart scammers" shares key warning signs to look out for and what you can do to help protect yourself in a relationship.
Identity theft advocacy organizations and the FBI warn those who use online dating sites to watch out for “sweetheart scammers” who swindle money or bank account information from online daters.
Every financial transaction is an opportunity for an identity thief to intercept your information. Before opening your wallet this holiday season, know how to protect yourself from identity theft.
Even if you qualify for college admission in every other way, a sketchy online reputation could keep you out of the school of your choice.
You may think checking information from just one credit bureau is sufficient, but reviewing a three-bureau/three-score report is important to a comprehensive identity protection and credit monitoring regimen.
Deceased relatives are at just as high a risk of identity theft as living ones, if not higher. When your family is in mourning, you may not pay close attention to the financial and personal details of your deceased relative, and unfortunately, many criminals will take advantage of the situation. Here are some easy tips to protect your deceased loved ones from identity theft.