Free 7 part email course on identity theft
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Grant Hall, internationally acclaimed privacy expert, lecturer and
author of Privacy Crisis, explores proven strategies for preventing
identity theft, American’s fastest-growing crime:
- Nearly 11 million cases of identity theft were reported in the
United States in 2005.
- Individuals hit by identity theft lose an average of nearly
- Businesses hit by identity theft lose an average of about
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Read below for a brief excerpt:
WHO'S TRYING TO STEAL YOUR IDENTITY?
... and what can you do about it?
Hi, my name is Grant Hall. Thank you for your interest in learning
how to prevent identity theft, America's fastest-growing crime.
I'd like to outline how identity theft threatens each of us. More
importantly, I'd like to share how to stay safe. The key is carefully
guarding your privacy.
I've been doing that very thing for many years now, and I can tell
you that there's a lot of information out there that doesn't work. I also
know what does work.
A detailed how-to guide for these strategies is found in my book,
Additional information is free for the listening. The three links
below are for streaming mp3s of a recent 3-hour interview I did on
Frank Whalen's talk radio show, complete with call-in questions:
Hour 1: http://privacycrisis.com/mp3/20070208.FrankWhalen.1.m3u
Hour 2: http://privacycrisis.com/mp3/20070208.FrankWhalen.2.m3u
Hour 3: http://privacycrisis.com/mp3/20070208.FrankWhalen.3.m3u
The key thing to keep in mind is that simply through normal living,
you, your money and your property are at risk if you are the target
of identity theft.
Think it can't happen to you? Nearly 11 million cases of identity
theft were reported during 2005.
At nearly $2,500 a shot on average, you risk losing a sizeable
chunk of money if you get hit.
In fact, there's a good chance that you will lose most of your net
worth if you become a successful target of a skilled identity
And if a business is hit, the average cost is about $10,000.
Whether it is a personal or a business identity theft case, expect
that substantial time and effort--usually from six months up to
several years--must be allocated to correct the problem. There will
also be out-of-pocket costs required to fix the problem.
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