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Identity Theft Monitoring Begins At Home

There are many items that can be done to monitor bank accounts and other personal information to avoid identity theft. Shredding all private information is the first line of defense in a extended line of identity theft overseeing practices.

Making sure robbers cannot steal private information from the trash puts people at ease. An additional way to practice identity theft checking is to ask why someone would need any social security card. When it is for identification functions, ask if there is a different type of identification that can be used. Many legitimate businesses never ask for a persons social security number.

Retain only one or two credit cards in the wallet. Dont write down PIN numbers or account details on the cards or keep the information within the wallet next to the credit cards. Always keep this information inside a safe place at home. If your card is lost or even stolen, report that right away. Dont wait to become victim of id theft. Instead, observe id theft monitoring practices cautiously to prevent yourself from being victimized.

Get yearly credit reports as well as report any dubious activity. Catching thievery early can help whenever rebuilding the damage done. Identity theft can happen quickly, but if people are conscious of the type of credit they have and they number of credit cards they’ve, identity theft monitoring will become much easier.

Knowing who has permission to access personal information is something everyone should be aware of. Report not receiving a bill as soon as it really is known. Someone could have stolen it and is also trying to access the particular account. Be careful to conceal personal information in a place that is safe and secure. In case of a break in, banking accounts and credit card information should be safe.

Identity theft can happen if a drivers license is stolen. Always keep this sort of information close and within reach. Do not set wallets in back pockets, as thieves may steal them. Rather, wear a carrier that can be kept close to the underarm. Monitoring individual belongings, bank claims, bills, and all company accounts can help to prevent id theft before it occurs.

Comments: 65

  1. Werner February 27, 2013 at 6:52 am Reply

    I’m almost finish college but I refuse to be a Cop

  2. Brady March 19, 2013 at 5:22 am Reply

    The Asian Tsunami, the Bhuj earthquake, 9/11 made me rethink many things.

  3. Fermin June 22, 2013 at 9:40 am Reply

    How can I secure my home desktop pc? I’m concerened about physical theft and then someone extracting the information from it.

    How can I fully secure it. I have windows XP, I’m using a signon password and have NTFS as the file system.

    I really need the pc to be iron clad resistant to theft.

  4. Wilburn October 4, 2013 at 3:22 pm Reply

    I immediately put a hold/cancel on my debit cards and am getting a replacement for my license. My huge concern is identity theft with my social security card somewhere out there.

  5. Tracey October 12, 2013 at 7:07 pm Reply

    IV seen lots of different credit monitoring company and this one seems to be the better option does anyone have their opinion on it. I also have already viewed my free annual report

  6. Isiah November 5, 2013 at 2:44 pm Reply

    I work at Target and one time I rang up this guy that wanted me to charge him $2,000 for a few gift cards and put it on a credit card. Later on my team leader explained to me that he couldn’t go over a certain amount and that the credit card he used was possibly stolen. What would he accomplish doing that? Who else has had experience with stolen credit cards? Who has time to research all these ways to commit fraud? What other things can somebody do with a stolen credit card.

  7. Lorna November 19, 2013 at 10:46 am Reply

    i got my purse/wallet stolen from my car which had my social in it etc (really dumb i know.. long story) and im wondering how i can monitor it? my uncle mentioned how you can put a hold on it so whenever someone tries to use your social, they will notify you. does anyone know where i can sign up for this?

  8. Lucrecia November 19, 2013 at 5:16 pm Reply

    I am relocating my business soon and I am concerned about all the pre approved credit card offers I received in mail daily. I would like for them to stop.

  9. Cheyenne December 4, 2013 at 8:08 am Reply

    I am ordering something off etsy. I have two gift cards that are like credit cards and can be used anywhere. Is it possible to do too payments in one order to get the total amount? Or will Etsy only let me use one credit card in form of payment.

  10. Tommy December 13, 2013 at 2:27 pm Reply

    bank of America says they have a Signature card on file that I KNOW i did not sign-and its dated on a sunday. the bank says all signature card has on it is my forged signature an account number and a sate on signature card-mno bank of america is even open on a sunday.

  11. Chang December 14, 2013 at 9:37 pm Reply

    I ask because it has been compromised… i want to know if i can change it (with the understanding that it wouldn’t erase all my history) please only answer if you know for sure. THANKS in advance!

  12. Juan December 25, 2013 at 7:48 pm Reply

    I already cleaned up my startup program lists but it still won’t go through.

  13. Jacque January 18, 2014 at 6:36 pm Reply

    I want to get a credit card but I have no way of getting on with out any credit. How is it possible to get a card. I need to build my credit to get loans for school.

  14. Lawerence February 2, 2014 at 10:39 am Reply

    I recvd 2 credit card applications in the mail on the same day, and it’s not my name. It’s the same persons name on both applications. Who do I contact?

  15. German February 9, 2014 at 4:54 pm Reply

    I received a mail from my employer , that third party ( Payroll vendor ) inadvertently embedded my name and SOCIAL SECURITY number in a PDF document that was provided to another Ryder employee. What can i do in this situation please ? do i have to contact a laywer because the Data Protection Act 1998 ?

  16. Lesley February 12, 2014 at 1:19 am Reply

    Is ATM card and credit card same thing. or debit card and ATM card same?
    what is the main difference between ATM card, Credit card & Debit card?

  17. Reynaldo February 21, 2014 at 6:59 am Reply

    My husband ordered a camera online from Abt store and next day he received a phone call from a person who said is an Abt store security officer and needs to verify certain information. This person told him our old address and just asked to verify the number of the street. then he told my husband another iolder address and asked for a house number. next , he asked for my husband’s D.O.B. , he asked for day and month, and he already knew the year. after verification, he seemed to be satisfied but then he asked for 2 middle numbers of his SS# and gave him the first 3 numbers….My husband did not give him this info but seemed that he knew it already…my husband told him that he should not give away his ss# over the phone with the rest of personal information, but the guy explained that this is to “protect” …from fraud and so on. We make good living and now are very worried that this may be the identity theft case. We’ve bought many items online but never had to give away all personal information even more no one ever had our info just like that…We think this needs to be reported , where should we start ? are our assets in in trouble?

  18. Gregg February 25, 2014 at 3:34 am Reply

    my credit card company called me yesterday and told me that there were 3 charges for about $2400 on my card to a 1800 flowers on mothers day. They have closed my account and told me they would send me new cards with a letter that i need to fill out. I am not that familiar with all this process, am I responsible for the $2400? & what should I do once I get the letter? And in the future what can I do to prevent such things of happening?
    thanks in advance & have a good night

  19. Fonda February 25, 2014 at 9:43 am Reply

    ok,i wanted to apply for some scholarships for college, so i went to FAFSA. They asked for my Social sec. num., and i provided it. I am not worried about the website, since uc and other college websites recommended it to me, but i am stressed on the fact that i might have had a trojan at the time i entered my number…

    i did a scan while i was on the website, and it said i had 2 trojans!! please help! my mother warned me, and this will cause a huge argument. i am almost 17 and dont want to start my adult life on a bad note! what do you think?

    i think i will tell my mother, just in case…she will be furious at me though!

  20. Franklin March 2, 2014 at 7:27 am Reply

    what is the best identity theft protection?i only heard of lifelock,is lifelock good?i was gonna enroll but i wanted to know if there anything better than lifelock?

  21. Laurette March 2, 2014 at 10:01 am Reply

    If someone has stolen my identity and opened credit cards under my name, can they use a credit card that I myself have opened?

  22. Indira March 6, 2014 at 5:05 pm Reply

    So like I tried downloading a FREE app but it said I needed 2 do this to my purchasing accountand I tapped on it and it took me to my account and it told me to type in my security, I typed it in and it worked and all, but I’m worried. It said that my account was opened in a different device and I’m worried someone will use my credit card. This is the first time this has happened since I got it in December.

  23. Lester March 8, 2014 at 12:22 pm Reply

    1.What is identity theft and credit card fraud? How can i prevent it?

    2. Is a fraud/theif able to steal credit from you if you don’t have a credit file and never used or applied for a credit card in your life ?

    3. How do i monitor my credit file ?

  24. Tessie March 9, 2014 at 12:20 pm Reply

    To sum it up:

    someone from my cosmetology school installed a keylogger on a poorly protected company computer. they got my information (ssn, date of birth, address, etc) an also managed to log my keystrokes for my aol email acct. one day my cousin called, said someone was on my screenname and i tried logging in, and they changed my password. not only did they change my pass on my aim, and email, but my online banking and credit accts as well.

    well my husband is a bit ‘pc friendly’ and sent an email to the person hoping theyd send one back, and they did. he got ip form there. we then suspected who it was and direct connected to THEIR screenname, and got IP. SAME IP, same person, it was a person from school.
    well we told the school and i flipped out on her behind closed doors in the office, and sort of threatened her, out of extreme rage that she did this and i had proof. well, 2 days later, school did nothing, and terminated me for the threat!!!!?

    what actions can and should i take?

  25. Boris March 10, 2014 at 2:26 pm Reply

    Which of these monthly expenses would you be able to cut-off in order to save money? Which are essential for you.

    – Cable or Satellite TV
    – The data plan on your cell phone. Use home internet or free wifi instead.
    – Credit monitoring service
    – Identity theft monitoring
    – Home alarm monitoring system (get dog instead)
    – Morning coffee from Starbucks or similar place (daily expense)
    – Netflix
    – Tivo
    – Credit Card account overdraft protection
    – Eating out less at restaurants

  26. Jesica March 11, 2014 at 10:47 am Reply

    I recently tried to get a loan for a car and was turned down due to someone using my info and abused my credit. How do i clear this up?

  27. Pearle March 11, 2014 at 8:53 pm Reply

    so my school sent me a little letter explaining how they sent me this form for the tax rebate, and stated that they might have sent out the letter where MY social security number is shown and now i am kind of worry that people mite have seen it. so i was wonder how to i check me credit report and such, in case someone stole my social?? and if someone did and opened some credit stuff up what can i do about it??

  28. Delisa March 11, 2014 at 9:08 pm Reply

    If you have little money in your bank, but have a good credit score, can people still steal a lot of money from you? If you have little money are you less likely to be a victim?
    What I mean by steal a lot of money with you, I mean can they just start up new credit cards, or buy a car/house even if said victim is short on cash?

  29. Tasia March 11, 2014 at 11:06 pm Reply

    it’s from the “UK National Lottery”
    they’re telling me to go to england to get the money
    i emailed them back to see what they would say.
    i asked them is this for real.
    they emailed back saying yes
    they also sent me a certificate saying i won a million dollars?

  30. Bradly March 13, 2014 at 10:07 pm Reply

    my husband had his identity stolen a few years ago. we thought we took care of it, now somebody has bought a home in his name, how can we find out where the home is at and find out who did this? they had also bought another home, in our own hometown. is there anything we can do or how can we find out who this person is and where the home is? any help on this would be much appreciated. thanks!

  31. Fidel March 14, 2014 at 4:05 am Reply

    I just found out that my husband’s ex wife who is on a vendetta against us (he divorced her 14 yrs ago and only met me 2 yrs ago, so there’s no reason for this) has had access to my social security number and all my personal info. (They’re in the middle of another court battle and she somehow got it) What can she do with this and what can I do to protect myself?
    I’ll keep an eye on my credit report, thanks. Any other malicious things she can do that I need to be aware of?

  32. Luke March 14, 2014 at 4:11 am Reply

    this person has 2 accounts with my social on it. one with dish network. and another a sams club credit card. after the collection agency called i found out where the person lived that had these accounts. found out about the 1st account 3 months ago. this person has been using my social since 2003 but just now finding out about it. got a call this morning on the second account. same address on that account as the 1st one. who knows how many more accounts this person has opened up in my name. is there any way i can find out if this person has opened more accounts in my name. how do i stop this person? how the heck did this happen! he should pay for this. this person lives about 50 miles away from me. what do i need to do and what will happen to this guy once i prove he done this to me? can i sue him. i bought a new car and couldn’t get the lowest interest rate because of this. that just ain’t right! this is making me stress out big time. anybody know what to do! please help!

  33. Jaqueline March 16, 2014 at 10:09 am Reply

    I just received it and the envelope was wide open and I am worried about identity theft, what should I do?

  34. Melita March 16, 2014 at 2:20 pm Reply

    someone used my info to get credit and now i can’t see my credit reports except for the experian report which i had to pay for

  35. Ryan March 18, 2014 at 8:51 am Reply

    You receive a email from (supposed) Bank of America, telling you your account has been suspended and you should open and complete the following attachment. It then tells you to go to the link in the email and login to your bank of america account.
    You click on the attachment, but nothing happens, so you delete the file. You then go to the website where it asks you for birth dat, bank of america password, social security number… You fill it out. The next morning, you realize a lot of money has been taken from your banking account.

    What should you do now that you’ve been scammed?
    Also, can you get your money back?

    Sorry its so long.

  36. Dave March 19, 2014 at 12:54 am Reply

    I recently checked my credit report and it says i had a verizon bill with verizon and owe like $500. it says i toke it out in 2005 which i find very hard to believe because i just turned 18 on April 14, and i did not give no one consent to take out a Verizon bill. I tried calling Verizon but they just keep on sending me places that do not have my account. Does anyone know what to do in this situation. And will they take out the $500 bill from my credit because its making it bad.

  37. Lenard March 19, 2014 at 10:36 am Reply

    What is a good alternative for parental controls, that will ONLY keep track of a child’s history, and send an activity report to another user, while still allowing the child to be an administrator on the computer?



  38. Reita March 24, 2014 at 10:49 pm Reply

    It was for cable and at the time i was a minor. (13) Today I am 18 years old and looked up my credit score and there was 2 counts of $160.00 and 679.00 that was not paid in 07. At this time my mother is the only one that had access to my social and my full name of course. My credit score today is 75 because of this. I have already contacted the cable company they said FTC would take care of it. I put a hold on my credit and already filed a i.d theft claim.

    What i’m asking is, it was cleary my mother. She keeps denying it, She was locked up in 08′ for a fraud check. But got out and got it dismissed. She has terrible credit because she hasn’t paid car payments and some cellphone bills. Do i file a police report on her? At the moment she has no income and lives with my grandma and my grandma supports her lazy ***. She replied “family dont do that” As in me sending her to jail i said “exactly.. family don’t do that…”

    What do i do? My father died in 06′ before all this, and my mom was all i had.

  39. Marguerite March 25, 2014 at 6:43 am Reply

    I found out a couple of days ago that my son’s wife opened up a account with the electric company in my name. I moved from another state to Pa in January of this year. My son came to get me and I moved in with him and his now wife and 2 boys. I stayed with him for a little over 2 1/2 months and moved in with another person that I had met. Let me also mention that I am a disabled veteran and I needed have my records changed from the VA I cam from to the one I am currently going to. His wife helped me get the information I needed and made copies of my DD214 for me. This is how she obtained my social security number. In April of this year she opened up an account with the electric company in my name without my knowledge. She even went as far as to make out an application over the internet with the Post Office to open up a p.o. box in my name. They issued her a p.o. box number but in order for it to be opened she needed to provide a photo i.d. which obviously she could not. She took the electric company out of my sons name and put it in my name using my information. The bill was being sent to the p.o. box and since I had moved 3 times since living with him it finally caught up with me a couple of days ago. I immediately called the electric company and explained to them what had happened and I had the electric shut off at there address. Since April of this year she has made 3 payments on the account basically enough to keep it open. The bill is over $700 dollars and when she did make the payments she made them electronically. When I talked with the electric company they told me it looked like she made the payments with a check so I’m assuming she was using her own checking account to make the 3 payments on the account. Like I said I had the electric shut off and the electric company is sending me a fraud package. I made an incident report with the police department but because I live 2 hrs away from where they are and I am no longer in there county they couldn’t pursue it any further than the incident report that I can give the electric company to resolve me of the bill. The police officer also told me I would have to go to where my son lives and make a report with there local police department. Now as to why she would do this to me I will tell you…My son is 23 and she is 39. She has 4 boys and 1 of her sons is the same age as my son and one a year younger than my son. The other two boys are 11 and 8. I really didn’t mind my son being with her until I saw how she treated him. She treated him like he was a child of hers and I was not permitted to talk with my son unless she was present. When she would come home from work and let me tell you she is a Lt. for a security company. When she came home from work she would be all over him and I just thought that was inappropriate behavior for her to display around her two younger children not to mention me. I didn’t appreciate the lap dances and her head between his legs and it just goes on and on. I didn’t like it we got into a huge fight she told me I had to leave and I did. I went to stay with someone I had met and told them I was moving and she didn’t like it because she was depending on the money I was giving them. So I believe she did this as a sorta pay back. I want her prosecuted and put in jail if at all possible. I’m just not sure what steps to take to make this happen so if anyone has any knowledge of what I should do I would appreciate it.

  40. Donn March 28, 2014 at 8:00 am Reply

    About 2 years ago i got a letter from the IRS saying i owed them 3000 dollars for not claiming wages. I was confused. i researched alot and went to the ss office they then i looked over my credit information and found alot of places i had never worked. I then realized my identity was no longer mine. IO contacted the police they took the info and i never herd nothing again and for a while everything was ok. Now i check my annual credit report and address and phone number showed up saying i was living there. There are a bunch of credit cards and bills i have never opened a credit card ever i contact many of them and they wont give me information about nothing. Now again i just didnt know what to do my credit is ruined and i am out of options what else can i do
    the irs dropped it when it was proven that i can not work in two states at once

  41. Rene March 30, 2014 at 4:50 pm Reply

    Yes or no and why. Thank you.

  42. Dagmar March 31, 2014 at 9:32 am Reply

    lost all my personal info. soc sec card/ drivers license/ birth cert./medical ins card. I have no credit card or credit.. called soc sec & they wont change my number they told me to wait and see if anything happens i have no iD to prove who i am now soooooo cant get anything……. what should i do?/can i do?

  43. Marcelene April 8, 2014 at 8:37 pm Reply

    This happened to a friend of mine and my sister too.Iwonder who has to pay for this,bank,credit card company or the victim?

  44. Rhett April 12, 2014 at 4:22 pm Reply

    When I start to log on, I get a message that I am entering a secure sight. After I put in my password, I get a message that I am leaving the secure sight, and entering a non-secure sight where other can view what I send. Why is this happening?

  45. Kai April 14, 2014 at 8:57 am Reply

    I was duped by that Yahoo Lottery scam that says I won 800,000 USD. I sent them an email giving them my name, sex, address, and phone number to “redeem my winnings.”

    Is there anything I can do to prevent my identity from being stolen from this stupid mistake?

  46. Nilsa April 21, 2014 at 1:51 am Reply

    Greetings fellow Yahooers,

    I’m a recent victim of identity theft. I went to a dealership to purchase my car and 5 hours later 2 credit card accounts were opened in my name matching my full name, address and SSN. I would like to change my SSN. However, if my request is declined by the SSA how can I protect myself from future threats, and make a new identity for myself. I’m looking into changing my name and I’ll be relocation for my job. All suggestions are appreciated.

    Further details: I belong to Life Lock, and I keep all my important documents in a locked safe. I’m cautious, I do not carry my SSN in my wallet, nor was my wallet stolen. The identity theft is directly linked to the car dealership. A police report has been filed and my credit has been temporally frozen. I would like to make it difficult for someone to steal my identity in the future if my information has been sold online.

  47. Lance April 24, 2014 at 8:58 pm Reply

    Now 1st & 4MOST…..this does not pertain 2me b4 any starts throwing stones, & this is a question 4those who have knowledge on the situation (in terms of the law n what not) so 4anyone who can offer insightful feedback please feel free 2 reply…. But the question is self explanatory. If some1’s identity is used during a crime, how is that corrected, how is a warrant removed from the “innocent person” being portrayed thru the criminal. How is their identity protected, how is the legal side of it corrected, & how does the victim regain their innocence… all knowledge from both ends involving this situation is desired (both ends being the criminal as far as what steps 2 take in correcting it, & the victim, as far as redeeming their innocence)

  48. Blaine April 28, 2014 at 4:33 am Reply

    Okay this isnt for credit but for personal stuff. Which company is better for other things other than just credit, like using my name on websites, stealing my personal info, taking my wallet, etc.

  49. Lorenzo April 28, 2014 at 11:58 am Reply

    A friend the stole her purse with all her documentation and the make some charge in her credit cards but the bank put they money back, but them weeks after she notice that some one withdraw all her money from her account using her SSN all the money that she had save for her and her child that is a Big BS from people that they don’t work and they are just Doing Evil
    Do anyone knows what we can do for fix this problem I’ll appreciated all help
    Thank you!!!
    the money has been deposit back into the bank but has been weeks than that happened but it looks like someone use her SSN and get the money OUT and they even use one of the cards to purchase a service in a Porn Site @ 3am

  50. Blaine April 28, 2014 at 9:06 pm Reply

    So the other day I was stop for my break lights not working and I was told that another person was in their record with the same social and license number. They had to get finger prints to know that I was the right person. So what’s the first step that I should take?

  51. Emmett April 28, 2014 at 10:54 pm Reply

    High school kid without a job, no bank info
    Need credit card to get a free xbox 360
    what do I do?

  52. Yuko April 30, 2014 at 5:52 pm Reply

    i joined a SUPPORT group due to a member of the family who has a disability and does not know any better being scammed unfortunately they did not say before joining never to have full name on email as scammer look at the site posing as victims and try identity theft on unsuspecting people i downloaded trial version of cyber defender but it could not complete a full scan and i keep getting message say it asked to be terminated in unusual way i have norton basic and it blocking this person

  53. Enda May 3, 2014 at 7:55 pm Reply

    A friend of mine put my name into a Intel people search and my name came up on my address and my previous address and phone numbers…The thing that puzzles me is my name was on with a address and phone number that were not mine and I never lived there but the address and phone number belong to a shady relative of mine that works where I do and he has access to my social security number and personal information…I can not figure out how my name could get connected with his address and phone number…What do you think and what can I do to check this out some more?…

  54. Laree May 5, 2014 at 8:12 am Reply

    I’m only 17, but last month I lost my wallet and it had my ID in there. I just now found out that my SSN card was in there as I thought all along that it was mixed in with some papers and I couldn’t find it. What do I have to do to find out if my identity has been stolen and can I alert the government of this mistake?

  55. Nickolas May 6, 2014 at 5:38 am Reply

    In many ways I feel this is so easily violated. How do you protect from that?

  56. Jeanene May 6, 2014 at 11:15 pm Reply

    does anybody know where you can be 100% approved for a credit card with bad credit and without me sending them money or them giving me a limit of $300 and after the bla bla bla charges only have $50 left?

  57. Traci May 13, 2014 at 1:32 pm Reply

    My request for a new credit card was rejected. When I asked for an explanation a certain telemarketing person said that I was a credit card tart and that is why my request was rejected. What does a credit card tart mean?

  58. Son May 15, 2014 at 10:49 pm Reply

    is there any credit cards that you qualify for once u turn 18 and dont have any acounts in ur credit history? because im trying to build my credit score… please let me know any store that gives u credit card. thanks!!!

  59. Kelsey May 16, 2014 at 2:41 pm Reply

    I wanted to apply for a credit card that is unlimited and just a good friend got a credit card thats unlimited and i wanted to know where i can get one at?i need it for college.thanks!

  60. Shelba May 17, 2014 at 1:53 am Reply

    I want to apply for a credit card but I don’t know about credit card companies which provides best credit card.

  61. Berneice May 21, 2014 at 11:51 pm Reply

    1.I have a credit card with Aus$2100 credit but the laptop i want to buy is Aus $2500 will they(dell computers) accept my credit card?
    2.Will the bank (HSBC) allow the transaction of buying a computer that is over my credit limit?
    CREDIT CARD credit limit problem?
    1.I have a credit card with Aus$2100 credit but the laptop i want to buy is Aus $2500 will they(dell computers) accept my credit card?

    2.Will the bank (HSBC) allow the transaction of buying a computer that is over my credit limit?

    (I do not mind paying overlimit intrest fees to the bank.But wheather that will affect dell accept my credit card im not sure) pls help

  62. Coleman May 24, 2014 at 5:48 pm Reply

    I reported to my local police and to the identity theft hotline but im still concerned this will go on

  63. Hilton May 26, 2014 at 7:16 am Reply

    I have had a job for two years and now i want to build my credit. i have been told to apply for a credit card but which one to apply for is hard. i dont know anything about credit cards other than you charge now and pay later. what is a good first credit card? i take i have no credit history and im 20 going on 21.

  64. Valentine June 3, 2014 at 9:32 am Reply

    So something happened and now I’m at risk of identity theft, the thief could have my SSN. I immediately called and placed a fraud alert on my credit and monitoring my credit through Chase. I’ve also placed a hold on my bank and credit card account to be safe. Now here’s where the questions come and I’m confused about them.

    1. Can I just call one of the 3 bureaus to place a fraud alert every 90 days or do I have to write to them?
    2. About credit cards, if the thief tries to request a credit card, would I find out before or after it’s issued?
    3. Is monitoring my accounts the only way to protect my credit and money?
    4. I probably should ask the bank this, but it won’t hurt to ask here. If I didn’t do a transaction with my bank and the money was already withdrawn, could I dispute this fraud?
    5. Any other tips or resources you can link me to?

    Thanks for taking your time and helping me.

  65. Florentino June 21, 2014 at 4:55 am Reply

    Ok so I have a strong belief someone is using someone elses pictures, acting just like them etc etc…

    however i’ve confronted the 2nd person, and She said “are you saying someone is using my pictures?”

    it’s more than pictures.

    So can I report possible identity theft of another user… or does it have to be the user themself who reports?

    (quite frankly I think/know the Girl is just playing head games – we have a past (if it’s the same Girl – which am certain it is), but she is getting real cocky for me to prove it’s the same person…)

    What to do? Report her a$$? Because i’m pretty certain joking about identity theft yahoo admins wouldn’t agree with.
    and hey if i’m wrong about it being same Girl, well i’d be right about identity theft.

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