Helping Consumers and Law Enforcers with Identity Theft

Because of the COVID 19 pandemic, more identity theft occurrences will happen. The most targeted group for identity theft is the 60 plus or better, the Hispanic Americans, ethnic surnames or basically anyone else. Over the past month we had three cases for identity theft. The first two cases were in Naples and the other […]

Illegal Immigrants Commit Identity Theft Crimes

All and all, illegal immigrants are very bad for United States of America. Illegals prey on “black market” social security numbers to get a job, cellular phone and some credit cards. According to the Immigration Reform Law Institute from 2012 to 2016 there were “39 million instances where names and Social Security numbers on W-2 […]

Credit Freeze or Fraud Alert, Which One?

Since the Equifax data breach, a number of past clients are asking me this question, “Should I credit freeze or should I fraud alert?” A fraud alert is free and lasts up to 90 days which you can renew every 90 days. A fraud alert will notify you if someone is inquiring on your credit […]

Four Simple and Quick Tips for Christmas Credit Card Scams

Stealing is at a more sophisticated level and most of us cannot comprehend it, there are available black malware programs that are out there for “sophisticated stealing” If you are at a department store and would like to open a new department credit card because of an additional percentage off your purchase, keep mind that […]

Protecting Your Credit from Identity Theft and Identity Theft Scams

A few days ago, a past client of mine contacted me about a major scam; she has been victim of attempted identity theft. Luckily, my client purchased credit monitoring, she was notified immediately about the change in her employment information and new credit inquiries that have been established onto her credit report. We will identify my client […]

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