December 5, 2015

Safety tips for Senior Citizens

In just a few years, over one quarter of our country’s population will be Senior Citizens. With such a large segment of our society getting up there, con men, thieves and scammers are honing their craft to take advantage of them. Here are some great tips on how you can keep you, or your family […]

How To Protect Your Identity Online

The Information Super Highway, as the Internet used to be called, has become a cyber Audubon with facts and figures conveniently at our fingertips almost 24/7, speeding through phone or fiber optic lines, broadcast over satellite, downloaded over DSL. Most of us do not know how to pluck important numbers and names out of these […]

Identity Theft Tips for Travelers

When you’re travel, you’re more susceptible to identity theft of all kind, including identity theft. You have to carry certain documents with you when you travel, so it is important to take precautions to keep your information safe. Let’s talk about a few tips you can use to prevent identity theft no matter how far […]

Ways to Protect your Family and Home from an Armed Robbery

Home is a place of refuge, a place where families can be together and feel safe. But what happens if someone breaks in, or attempts an armed robber? Your peaceful little world can get flipped upside down in a matter of seconds. Sadly it’s a reality that every family needs to prepare for.   Armed […]

Understanding Employee Theft Insurance Coverage

Employee theft insurance coverage is a type of insurance that provides protection for the loss of funds or property due to theft from an employee. Although some policies may differ, some policies also offer protection from loss of fund due to technology such as computer or fund transfer fraud. Due to the large number of […]

How to Protect Your Credit Cards From Identity Theft

This is the number one risk for identity theft in America so it’s a vital topic for us to talk about. Today, we’re moving out of the workplace and away from computers so we can look at how to protect your credit cards and debit cards from being used by an identity thief. According to […]

Selling your Old Computer and Protecting your Identity

You may not have ever stopped to consider just how much personal information lives inside of your PC.  But our PCs are a wealth of information to any identity thief.  Somewhere in your hard drive there are usernames, passwords, credit card information, banking account numbers, and perhaps even tax information.  This is just as bad […]

Documents you should never put in Your Mailbox

A lot of people think about incoming mail when they start thinking about mail thievery.  But did you know that outgoing mail could provide just as many opportunities to identity thieves?  And because we put up those bright red flags to let the postman know there are things to pick up, we can also advertise […]

Identity Theft Tips for College Students

College students are among the most vulnerable populations for identity theft.  When you go to college, you move into a huge, laid-back environment with other people your age.  There tends to be a lot more trust than is warranted, and you may not stop to consider that you’re also moving into a huge, laid-back environment […]

Protect yourself from becoming a victim of cell phone identity theft

Cell phones are no more just a gadget used for communication. Most of the cell phones come with the option wherein you can store your personal information. However, the identity thieves target your cell phones and use your personal information for their own financial gain. The imposters can open a credit account in your name […]