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Identity Theft Prevention With regard to Online Shoppers

Id theft prevention is very important for those who shop often on the web. If you personally create a lot of purchases on the web using a credit card, you can guard yourself significantly simply by not purchasing from any site that is not secure.

Many web sites today advertise protection for many who shop. Even so, publishing credit card information is risky, although most people pay together with credit cards on the Internet. It’s a big problem for buyers and web site vendors alike. And it is a growing problem as well. Despite the fact that there have been technological advances to help prevent fraud, this type of crime remains very common, which is why it’s so crucial for you to take identity theft prevention measures.

There are several preventative measures one can take to reduce the chances of online predators. The very first is not to give out drivers permit or social safety card numbers out on the internet. If someone is requesting this information, it is best to disregard them. When chatting online, dont trust folks completely. Many ripoffs have been reported in which people agree to cash checks and money purchases for people living offshore. These checks usually are not real. Not only will money end up being lost, but penalties for bouncing assessments will be charged to ones checking account. Anyone residing overseas and is doing work for a nonprofit organization or the government offers access to a bank-account or online banking system set up just for their use. This is a common form of identity theft.

Another way of obtaining facts are by sending phony e-mails to people claiming to require information about existing accounts. Never respond even if they appear real this really is another important part of id theft prevention.

Credit card companies do not send inquiries regarding this information unless anyone themselves has required it. Even so, most companies will require the person to be able to call about their account and do not recommend using the internet for communication functions. People have lost thousands of dollars to these types of id theft scams. Identity theft avoidance begins by being aware of this growing difficulty, always being worried about e-mails from so-called banks and creditors, and never sharing personal information with people that are not close friends.

Comments: 45

  1. Hubert March 17, 2013 at 12:57 pm Reply

    it not only pisses my off. but i am afraid that someone that doesn’t understand what it is might get ahold of it and get themselves into something they can’t get themselves out of
    FROM MRS. SUSAN SHABANGU Deputy Minister Safety and Security South Africa My Private Email Address: madamsusysha@hotmail.com Dear Friend, Before I introduce myself, I wish to inform you that this letter is not a hoax mail and I urge you to treat it with seriousness. This letter must come to you as a big surprise, but I believe it is only a day that people meet and become great friends and business partners This is a personal email directed to you and I request that it be treated as such it is not a hoax mail please. After due deliberation with my children, I decided to contact you for your assistance in standing as a beneficiary to the sum of US$3.5M (Three Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars Only) First, Let me start by introducing my self, I am MRS SUSAN SHABANGU, a mother of three children and the Deputy Minister Safety and Security since 1st April 1996 to date under the President of South Africa MR THABO MBEKI. You can view my profile at my Website http://www.
    After the swearing in ceremony making me Deputy Minister Safety and Security, my husband Mr. Ndelebe Shabangu died while he was on an official trip to Trinidad and Tobago in 2002. After his death, I discovered that he had some funds in a dollar account which mounted to the sum of US$3.5M with FINANCE SECURITY HOUSE .This fund emanated as a result of an over-invoiced contract which he executed with the Government of South Africa. Though I assisted him in getting this contract but I never knew that it was over-invoiced by him. I am afraid that the government of South Africa might start to investigate on contracts awarded from 1998 to date. If they discover this money in his bank account, they will confiscate it and seize his assets here in South Africa and this will definitely affect my political career in government. I want your assistance in clearing this money from FINANCE SECURITY HOUSE. As soon as the fund is cleared, you are expected to move it immediately into another personal
    THANKS TO YOU ALL , AND I PUT ALOT OF THE REPORTING ADDY’S IN MY CONTACTS LIST , SHOULD I NEED THEM AGIAN . AGAIN , THANKS ‘
    SUE

  2. Gregory June 17, 2013 at 2:39 am Reply

    Just give me some tips & points, please.

  3. Whitney August 15, 2013 at 5:56 pm Reply

    i went to the bank with my mom to deposit my check. suddenly, i couldn’t find my state ID and social security card. i probably dropped it by accident. is my identity at risk?
    i am 16.

  4. Tambra August 16, 2013 at 8:41 am Reply

    I’m shopping online. They require a photocopy, or scanned copy of my credit card and my passport to verify my identity. While this seems excessive, it is somewhat reasonable.

    I’m conducting the transaction internaionally, if that should hold any relevance.

    This is what their policy says:
    If you are a first time international customer or an existing international customer using a new credit card you must be verified prior to your order being shipped. Verification requires you to fax to (770) 333-4242 or email to sales@keh.com a copy of the front and back of the credit card, and your passport or drivers license along with your order number and telephone number.

    the company is http://www.keh.com
    They also share their information with third parties:
    “Agents
    We employ other third parties to perform services or functions on our behalf in order to improve our site, merchandising, marketing and promotional efforts, communications or other services. Those third parties include authorized contractors, consultants and other companies working with us (collectively, “agents”). They only have access to personal information needed to perform their functions, and may not share any personal information with others or use it for any other purpose than improving KEHs’ services and offerings.

    Advertisers
    We work with third party advertising companies, such as Google, Yahoo, Miva , etc. to serve and track our ads. These third parties may serve other cookies.

    Third Party Sites
    You may visit other web sites, through links on our site, who may collect, use and share your personal information in accordance with their own privacy policies. The information practices of those websites linking from or to our site are not covered by this Policy, and we encourage you to be very cautious before you disclose your personal information to others. It is possible that KEH could merge with or be acquired by another business entity. Should such an event occur, you should expect that KEH would share some or all of your information in order to continue to provide such products and services.”

    What do you think? while reptuable, i’m skepticable.

  5. Cory August 29, 2013 at 5:30 am Reply

    Are there legitimate search sites that don’t ask for money, to access this kind of info?

  6. Doreatha September 15, 2013 at 7:45 pm Reply

    i downloaded a program from the internet and it has spyware and i can’t uninstall because it’s a WISE program can someone help me
    and the program it’s virtual dj
    my antivirus says that is a tracker program

  7. Bryan September 24, 2013 at 4:23 am Reply

    i was out at boscovs and i saw earrings and a necklace i wanted. i live on my own and rent is due soon, so i don’t have a lot of cash to work with. so i took off the tags and put them in my bag. when i left the store, 2 men from loss prevention confronted me. they took me back and looked thru my bag. they asked me questions & ran my identity to make sure i had a squeeky clean record like i said i did.
    in the end (i was there for 30 min tops) they said i’d have to pay a fine of anywhere between $50-$500, and that the manager wasn’t there so i guess i couldn’t talk to him. i’d receive the fine in MY mailbox since i live on my own within 3 wks, and then it’d be sent to my parents’ address if i didn’t pay it. no police were involved, they didn’t say anything about court–but i can’t help but worry: am i at risk to go to court? can they still press charges? the LPs said this happens every day. i’m TERRIFIED. and i’m wondering, is there a possible way my parents can catch wind of this?

  8. Jannette October 3, 2013 at 6:46 am Reply

    my system from getting corrupted again?

  9. Cody October 20, 2013 at 10:21 pm Reply

    my computer just recently crashed. i wuz able to get it up and running, and the load to the user screen (i have windows xp home edition, service pack 2) went without a problem. but whenever i log on to either of the users, the computer will load as normal, then after about five seconds the icons and the desktop taskbar will flash off and all i have is the desktop background. it will be like this for a few seconds, then everything will go back to normal. but when i try to run a program it will flash of again. to bring any up i have to hit “ctrl+alt+del” and bring up the task manager and hit new task and hit browse and choose a program that way. can someone please let me know what the problem is and how i can fix it? i have antispyware and antivirus programs but if there are other better ones please let me know.
    thanx in advance
    i also noticed that some programs like outerinfo had been added to my computer after i rebooted it after the crash

  10. Benedict October 22, 2013 at 12:02 am Reply

    I lost my wallet at the corner of San Jacinto and Florida on Monday January 22nd I had all my id in it I am handicapped and all I want is my Id back please notify me if you have found a brown Harley Davison wallet with two ids in it one from Long Beach the other from Hemet.

  11. Leonel November 5, 2013 at 7:07 pm Reply

    Hi , I am trying to become a loss prevention officer and i was wondering in a situation where the theif is identified by their license plate if they Flee the scene after setting an alarm offf, and the store reports the plate number to the police, what action do police take ? Do they
    1 Go to suspects adress and arrest them
    2 Send them summons in mail to come to court
    3 Put out warrant for them and when they get pulled over one day , they are arrested ?
    I am confused as to how that process works, Of course just the plate number may not be enough evidence, but if we got it on camera then i believe charges can be pressed…..But I am wondering what action police take to catch suspect…………..I heard sometimes they just put out warrants and wait to get them on traffic stops, but I was under the impression the police would go to persons house and arrest them there , or notify them that they have to come to court for the charges

  12. Nathanael December 13, 2013 at 6:46 pm Reply

    1) terrorism on foreign soil

    2) illegal invasion through open borders – includes terrorists

    3) removal or weakening of our 2nd amendment rights to defend ourselves

    4) Identity theft prevention through government control (Real ID)

    5) other – explain please
    Will the next president be able to protect us from these threats?
    http://www.yournextpresident.net/thefacts.php
    station, your reply:
    i could go on ad nausium giving examples of this. your 2nd amandment rights? Ha!!!! in the UK, the police don’t even carry guns!

    my reply:
    The USA has a US Constitution and Bill of Rights that was established to protect our sovereign nation from our enemies both here and abroad.

    We are not the UK and don’t want our elected officials creating the same open border problems that the UK is experiencing. It is a shame you just told the world that the UK citizens are sitting ducks when terrorists enter their country and the citizens can no longer defend themselves.

    No thank you. I rather like the protection our US laws provide us with. The right to bear arms. Try reading the 2nd Amendment sometime – it might work in the UK too if they offered the same right to their citizens.
    You have all given such great answers – adding to my list the North American Union, terrorist activities through imported goods, elected officials selling us out and betraying the US citizens, no government leadership to protect our citizens from terrorist threats in our own country, etc.

    I have to say that imports are a very large threat – especially now with all of the poisons in our children’s toys, medicine, personal care products, pet food, people food. Should we even continue trading with a country who is intentionally sending poisons to our country? Maybe the trade agreement should be reviewed? Thanks to our recent presidents, our country relies upon imports.

    So adding to the list, exporting jobs to foreign soil is another threat that I should have listed as well. Let’s bring America’s jobs home where they belong and where we can monitor what is allowed.

    Let’s find out also why the FDA is not doing their job and trying to take away our rights.

  13. Jaqueline December 14, 2013 at 2:09 pm Reply

    I’m thinking about working for this company but I don’t know if it is a fraud. C & R Mason, P. O. Box 152, Eaton Rapids, MI 48827. The kind of work I would be doing is stuffing envelopes at home. The Better Business Bureau had nothing on them. So I was wondering if anyone had any bad or good information about this company.

  14. Reynaldo January 6, 2014 at 8:26 pm Reply

    My teacher let everybody in the class take home their test and redo it since everybody in the class failed, so i really need some help on it! I would grately appreciate any help you give me with these problems.

    1. _________ is not a type of term insurance.
    a. limited pay
    b. decreasing
    c. convertible
    d. renewable
    e. straight

    2. The largest portion of health care costs pay for
    a. hospital expenses
    b. prescription drugs
    c. physicians services
    d. nursing home costs
    e. medical equipment

    3. Dennis purchased a policy with an initial premium of $3,000 and may elect how much he desires to pay in premiums from now on. He has purchased a face value of $100,000 and can accumulate cash value. What type of life insurance has Dennis purchased?
    a. universal life
    b. whole life
    c. variable life
    d. term life
    e. adjustable whole life

    4. If you needed a loan to buy furniture, the lowest interest rate would usually be available from a
    a. savings and loan association
    b. pawn shop
    c. captive finance company
    d. consumer finance company
    e. credit union

    5. The probability of a loss occurring can be reduced by
    a. rish ovservance
    b. loss prevention
    c. rish assumption
    d. underwriting
    e. insurance

    6. The ________ legally binds the borrower and lender to all items and conditions of an installment contract.
    a. note
    b. contract
    c. security agreement
    d. sales contract
    e. bond

    7. Major medical plans are characterized by deductibles, internal limits, and
    a. benefit levels
    b. participation or coinsurance
    c. illness or injury frequency limits
    d. maximum surgical medical benefits
    e. sliding or decreasing premiums

    The next ones are complete the sentence. (A for the first one, B for the second one, and C if neither) This is where I got really confused.

    1. Health care currently represents about (10.5 – 13.5) percent of US gross domestic product.

    2. Medicare would pay (the entire – part of the) hospital bill for a covered person.

    3. (Special purpose policies – Deferred premium life insurance) is highly recommended for college students.

    4. (The government – Individuals) pay(s) a larger share of personal health care expenses than private health insurance.

    5. The number one consumer complaint is now (identity theft – credit care fraud) according to the Federal Trade Commission.

    sorry for all the work.. it was just too confusing for me to do my own.. you dont have to answer them all or any at all, i just want a little help so i dont end up failing. thanks
    yeah apparently you dont know this class.. none of this is what we go over in class so we are on our own tryin to answer these…

  15. Micah February 18, 2014 at 8:37 pm Reply

    What is the primary job function of the secret service? Are they the agents that have the sole responsibility of protecting the president and the white house? Are they only employeed in D.C., or are they employeed across the country like other federal agencies?

    Are the job functions of the Secret Service closer to that of the FBI, or the CIA?

  16. Lenard February 22, 2014 at 2:20 am Reply

    I need some tips and steps to take to ensure or at least help in the prevention of Identity Theft.

    Thank you for your help.

  17. Ariel February 22, 2014 at 3:51 am Reply

    why does yahoo let this happen..i already said i hate weird sick ppl that are allowed on Y/A, but i also 4got 2 say howcome yahoo doesnt have somethin 2 detect identity theft cuz i saw ppl keep stealin ppls identitys….misskittyinthecity i went in the persns who stole it and they just joined today and i went 2 the REAL persons page and emailed them sayin someone stole it………omg why does this happen? its creepy! how can we stop identity stealers? and how do they do it so ican stop them?

  18. Vergie February 22, 2014 at 3:52 am Reply

    On the news my mom told me about how an internet worm is going around stealing information and it may be sent out April first. They said that it was just waiting for orders and has already affected sites such as ebay and google. It was on 60 minuets and another news channle. What is the best way to protect my computers from this viruis? my mom is going to dissconnect the internet until it passed and can be patched. The news said that it was created by a russian gang possible and that microsoft is offering like a 250 thousand dollar reward to find out where it came from and how to stop it.

  19. Nieves February 22, 2014 at 5:39 am Reply

    I have at present BIt Defender security 2009 on my computer and its due to expire. I have found it very cumbersome and takes forever to scan, from 1 1/2 hrs to 2 q/2 hrs!!?? Can anyone recommend a good safe system? I only want security for one laptop that will give me decent security and identity theft prevention. I am not the best on computer and get confused at all the choice, Norton, Bullguard etc. if anyone can help I would appreciate it.

  20. Sarita February 22, 2014 at 7:50 am Reply

    My friend said that they are offering insurance against people stealing your identity. Have you heard about it? And where can I find more info?

    Thanks!

  21. Jacki February 22, 2014 at 8:54 am Reply

    i’d like to check my credit, which company is a great, reputable company?

    BQ: Lets say, I don’t have good credit, who would i go to, to make it better?

  22. Normand March 11, 2014 at 2:01 pm Reply

    is there somewhere that is legit itself that i can go to to check on other site to make sure they are not rip offs?

  23. Glynis March 11, 2014 at 8:57 pm Reply

    As of now, if non-friends look me up they can see all of my photos and everything. I looked under privacy control and account settings and found nothing that would allow me to change my settings. Thank you in advance!!

  24. Hal March 12, 2014 at 12:45 pm Reply

    1.A student is suspended for skipping school.
    2.The CEO of an identity theft prevention company has his identity stolen.
    3.On a snowy, cold day, a man says to a passerby, “Great day for a stroll!”
    4.You switch cell phone companies for more minutes and unlimited text messaging but discover you do not have coverage at your house.

  25. Clyde March 12, 2014 at 7:01 pm Reply

    Ilknur- Superspyware removed 12 trojans among other culprits … this things still too slow but we have a start … thank you as well as all that have answered … I will research more of the answers tomorrow.

  26. Dyan April 2, 2014 at 6:53 am Reply

    62.) Using complete sentences, explain the steps you can take to protect yr self frm identity theft .
    63.) Using complete sentences , give 2 examples of how shoplifting harms all consumers .

  27. Vaughn April 12, 2014 at 11:14 am Reply

    I’ve gone to Best Buy & Dvd Plant to buy movies & when I ask for certain movies they tell me they’re not available yet. But my sis & good friend bought them on the internet & when I look them up on Yahoo Movies & Amozon it says that the movies were released last year. I don’t like to buy things on the internet because i’ve had my identity stolen before, I could just ask them to order them for me but I don’t wan’t to bug them, they have kids & careers. So here are a list of movies that im looking for. Thanks a lot peeps!

    1.Feds
    2.Tricks of the Trade
    3.Bridesmaids

  28. Shaneka April 29, 2014 at 3:12 am Reply

    Whenever I am in places like facebook, etc… I find that when I am trying to type a message it keeps freezing up (ie. in my inbox typing a message or just sending a message via their profile page) after awhile where I have to wait until it lets me type some more lol. Does anyone know why this is and what I can do to make this stop from happening? It is driving me crazy!!!

  29. Dakota April 30, 2014 at 4:59 am Reply

    Are there any cautionary measures that one may take to help ensure that one doesn’t become a victim of identity theft?

    Why has identity theft become so widespread today?

    Have you or has anyone you love become the victim of identity theft?

  30. Stacey May 2, 2014 at 2:24 pm Reply

    HOW WE CAN PREVENT VIRUS BY USING RUN OR COMMAND PROMPT

  31. Cory May 10, 2014 at 2:26 am Reply

    does it mean 7 crimes or is it a code for something else?

  32. Randolph May 13, 2014 at 8:31 pm Reply

    i went into an old account of mine and i noticed that when i click on my new account which my old one doesnt have as a friend, it shows how many times i changed my profile picture and whenever i change certain things. How do i make sure that EVERYTHING is private and not just certain things?

  33. Gwyneth May 17, 2014 at 1:34 pm Reply

    Which one is better? Which one should I buy?

    Experience or anything that you could give me about the product would be greatly appreciated!

    1. Master Lock Steering Wheel Lock
    http://www.masterlock.com/cgi-bin/product_detail.pl?dir=/automotive/vehicle/&displaynav=no&parent_id=&sub_cat_id=CA_VS_01&template=app

    OR

    2. The Club Steering Wheel Lock
    http://www.theclub.com/index.cfm/act/catalog.cfm/subcategory/%3CFONT%20face%3DArial%3ESteering%20Wheel%20Locks%3Cslash_FONT%3E/category/Automotive/browse/null/MenuGroup/Home.htm

    P.S.
    My neighbors car got stolen 2 nights ago, 1 house down ours. In front of their house. We’re just really paranoid now, including the neighbors.

    To think we live in a court, so any suspicious people hanging out would be seen but, it happened!

    We already have an alarm system on our cars, but their not the expensive ones.

    And just today, we installed 2 big lights in front of our house.

    What else should I do? Am I still missing something?

  34. Izetta May 20, 2014 at 7:10 am Reply

    Date: 24 August 2008
    Time: HKT 1300 – 1600
    Details:
    An offline MSN instant message from a friend who has not IM-ed me for a long time:
    “if you want to see who has blocked or deleted you on msn please go to the following link
    http://www.getbonusbucks.info
    I thought that friends share good things, so I clicked into it.
    There was an agreement which stated that I could remove my user name anytime using an email address. So I entered my Hotmail user name and password (I thought that was necessary for the other side to find out who blocked or deleted me).
    Later I found that I could not remove it. I emailed to that email address only to get “message delivery failure” emails for every email I sent. The site has not kept its promise to even be able to remove any names entered, not to mention remove it entirely.

    Do you know how to remove my user name and password in the database and the memory of those websites, servers and all else? Or if you are a computer or Internet expert, can you please give me ways to contact the host(s) or servers of that website, or authorities specializing in identity theft? However please do bear in mind that:
    – I am just a commoner and if I persuaded and/or did everything alone, I would not be persuasive enough. Are there more respectable people who can also help?
    – This mistake was not made in the US, and no credit report, bank account or Social Security Number is attached to my Hotmail account. Are there organizations that can help?
    – This is urgent: This website will expire (see http://whois.domaintools.com/getbonusbucks.info for details) before I am given the chance to request for the most help in August 2009. If I requested for help at that time, the identity thieves would be very much at large and they would deny setting up the website to create chaos in the cyberworld, chaos like this case of mine. I will literally be extremely grateful to you for your valuable aid. It is not certain if I really get the chance to speak up, but if I do, I will definitely speak of your help. Definitely.

    One more question: could you please give me advice on how I should deal with this situation? Certainly prevention is better than cure, yet I have even considered permanently closing my Hotmail account, but this I do not wish.
    A suggestion: if you are one who knows little about computers or Internet security, why not refer this question to a computer or Internet expert? The expert may contact me by mail; the link is in my profile.
    You did not come across this question by chance.
    Seize the day.
    Answerers: Please understand my situation. I cannot contact the identity thief via the email on the website.
    I have changed my password, thanks, but I am afraid of hacks. What if a hack was successful? I used a strong password but it does not guarantee that my account is 100% safe from being hacked.
    Advice on how I should deal with this situation – where my email is out in the cyberworld, not tucked away in my brain – is what I need, not preventions.
    Please forgive me for my impatience but I must get this matter dealt with. Try to put yourself in my shoes.
    Oh and please find computer or Internet experts that can really help. Copy-and-paste may gain you points, but I have read even the joints.
    What I mean by “I have changed my password” is that I changed my password that fateful Sunday.
    The password was changed after the original one went out into the open.

  35. Valentine May 23, 2014 at 9:02 am Reply

    Yeah Apparently I lost my Social Security Card (Well, my whole wallet apparently)
    And I went to the Social Security Office today and got a verification of social security so I can get on base but Im still worried about the person who obtained my Social Security Card along with my ID and CAC Card.

    How can I prevent Identity theft?
    I heard that the fraud prevention can freeze your credit reports but can screw me over later on when I want to purchase a car or somethin.
    What should I do to prevent Identity theft or that person from opening false bank accounts and so forth!?!

    Should I change my Social Security Number or something? idk 🙁

    Im currently Enlisted in the United States Air force Reserve

  36. Ines May 27, 2014 at 5:52 am Reply

    I Need it tell me Hurry because my system is became the house of all kind of viruses.

  37. Scottie May 28, 2014 at 12:39 pm Reply

    1. A student is suspended for skipping school.

    The CEO of an identity theft prevention company has his identity stolen.

    On a snowy, cold day, a man says to a passerby, “Great day for a stroll!”

    You switch cell phone companies for more minutes and unlimited text messaging but discover you do not have coverage at your house.

    2. An example of situational irony from “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” is ?

    the father buys clothes for his son.

    baby Benjamin’s newfound hobby of smoking cigars instead of playing with a rattle.

    the college registrar does not believe Benjamin’s age.

    the father becomes frustrated when his son does not listen to him.

  38. Fermin May 29, 2014 at 5:09 am Reply

    I recently had my wallet stolen. Since, I have been job hunting I had my Social Security Card with me as well as my drivers license. To me that says sometime next week or sometime two years from now, I could be in serious trouble of identity theft.
    I know myself well enough to realize that while I may remember to check one a regular basis for the next few months, I’ll eventually relax my guard.
    Is there a company that I can hire to watch this for me? It seems like there would be a growing industry for this sort of company. Pay someone an annual fee and they call you if something suspicious shows up…

  39. Allen June 1, 2014 at 2:19 pm Reply

    My son’s motorcycle was stolen. The officer assigned to the case was prosecuted in 2008 for possession of a stolen motorcycle and conspiring with a “chop shop”.

  40. Junita June 3, 2014 at 7:47 am Reply

    My fiance recently got his credit report and has about $18,000 in debt that he was unaware of. He’s been drawing disability for several years and has medicaid and medicare. The majority of his debt is medical bills that he thought the insurance paid for, but obviously it didn’t. About $2,000 of it is basically identity theft. His former roommate opened up two accounts in his name and ran the bills up. We know he did it, but we have no way to contact that person. Well, my fiance decided his only way out of this is to file bankruptcy. However, he doesn’t have enough money to get a lawyer. Would he just totally be screwed if he filed himself? He doesn’t have any assets. No car. He rents his house. So, I’m assuming it wouldn’t be as complicated as it would be for someone with assets. However, I’m sure it’s no easy task either. Yes, I’ve heard the saying that if you represent yourself, you have a fool for a lawyer or whatever.. but we just don’t know what else to do. We have to get this taken care of before they start getting his pay check. He just started working again and isn’t drawing disability anymore so we’re really tight on money. Is there any way a lawyer could help him file bankruptcy and then we just pay the lawyer payments? I’m sure that seems pretty contradicting, but we could afford payments for the lawyer if we didn’t have all this other crap that we’re paying on.

  41. Reginia June 3, 2014 at 12:35 pm Reply

    I called PNC bank(888-762-2265) a few days ago to report a lost card and had to enter my SSN over the phone in order to verify my account. Am I in danger of identity theft?

  42. Colin June 5, 2014 at 2:35 pm Reply

    I have a presentation to do and I am having a hard time finding journals that have pros and cons on gambling revenues.

  43. Dee June 6, 2014 at 2:59 am Reply

    my cousin got a hold to my kids ss# a few years back. after i found out about it and she had stole several thousand dollars from me that was supposed to be going to me. I talked with the IRS and Social Security Office several times and there is nothing they can do. I cannot get that money back and I cant put a lock on their number, or get their number changed.

    When I file my taxes this year, and if my cousin files and claims my kids, will she get arrested?

    She stole their social security numbers and has no right in what she did. I am afraid she may do it again.

  44. Ermelinda June 8, 2014 at 1:45 am Reply

    I have only recently been able to check my account transactions and this company has been taking £9.99 a month since January. I have had a new card since then and they are still taking money from my account. It is a music download site and the first payment was in January when the only form of internet i had then was an Xbox.

    I didn’t even know that this website existed until today when i looked at my bank statement. I have contacted the bank and they are investigating it for fraud and put a refund on the transactions and are sending a new card out. I am absolutely livid as the only money that goes in to my account is from Child Tax Credits and Child Benefit so they have been taking money from my 2 year old son.

    I want to know who the person is that stole my account details and how they got them.

    I have also been receiving letters saying I may be the victim of identity theft.

    What else can i do about either of these issues?

  45. Vilma June 19, 2014 at 7:11 am Reply

    A. store mangement
    B. store operations
    C. loss preventions
    D. human resources

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