Are Big Banks Setting You Up For Identity Theft?


Identify theft is a major concern for most people these days. Criminals will quickly drain a person’s bank account and credit cards, often ruining not only the person’s finances, but their credit and sometimes their jobs and lives.

There are a number of ways that your identity can be stolen.

Computer hacking has become a popular method of getting someone’s information. We’re constantly hearing how one major retailer after another has their system hacked. Cyber criminals obtain the bank card information for millions of people and then turn around and sell that information to others. Those other criminals then use the bank card information to steal from the cardholders.

Personal computers also get hacked if not properly protected. Many people pay their bills and do their banking online, providing all of the information a hacker needs to steal their identity and their money.
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