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There are many new methods and ways in which people have become safer, more secure and they’ve had to worry less about their identities protection. Still, just as the protection heightens so does the new methods and attempts for identity theft happen as well. Scam artists everywhere will do everything to make sure that they can get around the new safety and more secure methods, in order to get your identity. Also, it doesn’t take much for them to get your identity, because the very smart ones know exactly how to get it, with just the tiniest piece of information. So, here are some tips for dealing with identity theft, and how to prevent it from happening to you.

Thanks to the wonderful world of the internet, many of us can and do avoid the hassle of having to waste our time and effort of going out to make a purchase. Now, don’t get me wrong, I love the internet, and I use it for such things as buying books, running a website, and banking. Still, before you get into anything too serious online, you’ve got to make sure of two things; you know what you’re getting into and you have a safe and secure security system on your PC. What many people don’t know is that if your security system on your PC doesn’t work, or if the security isn’t updated properly, hackers of all kinds can and will get your personal information. Creating a virus of some kind or hacking into a PC may seem like a lengthy process, but in the tech world if you know what you’re doing even a ten year old can do it. Therefore, using a security program like AVG or Norton is worth it for safe banking and safe online purchases, and for your PC’s over safety, which prevents identity theft and much more.

Outside of the computer world, there are also ways you can lose your identity. Let’s say you’re filling up the mountain of paper work that comes with a new car. You may be in a hurry to get out the door and into your new ride, but don’t get in too big of a hurry, because you want to make sure that you’re information doesn’t end up in the hands of any third parties. Now, some places don’t even have this option when selling a car, because it is bad for business, but if there’s a box that needs to be checked that talks about third party participants; DON’T CHECK IT!!!!! These people are not just harmless, or pesky solicitors, but instead they are indeed scam artists who through a filtering process will figure out a way to get your identity.

The point of all of this is not to make anyone feel paranoid or freaked out, but instead you should be aware. You can be safe both online and offline, but you’ve got to be smart about it, so you don’t lose your identity.

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