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November 01, 2009

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Fraud has come a long way and branched out into many different kinds and so we have to do whatever it takes to avoid getting victimized. ID theft is not only possible through dumpster diving or stealing information from unknowing citizens. Keep your files, both paper and those saved in your computer hard drive, safe against fraudulent people out to get your personal information and use it to their advantage.

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It may not be advisable to bring cash all the time as we are not certain what might happen but it is also not good to solely depend on credit cards and checks for transactions. There are so many ways to combat fraud most especially identity theft, and what we need to determine is which one best suits us. Altering purchasing or banking habits can also be helpful as well as keeping all personal documents private.

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