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What may seem innocent could put you at risk for home invasion or identity theft.

  • Is Your Birth-date Displayed?
    • Identity thieves only need a few pieces of the puzzle to get into your online accounts.
  • Do You Share Your Phone Number?
    • Unsolicited scammers can get your phone number from social media.
  • Are Your Vacation Pictures Uploaded?
    • Burglars prey on social media updates to see when people are not home.
Take the risk away by keeping your profiles private and only post information that will not expose you or your private information. If you believe you’ve become a victim of identity theft contact one of the national credit reporting agencies (ExperianEquifax, andTransUnion) and place a fraud alert on your credit report. The FTC also has steps to walk you through reconstructing your financials.

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