How Selfies Can Lead To Identity Theft Nowadays, we take selfies for every occasion. When we’re at concerts, selfie! At dinner with friends, selfie. Out jogging, selfie. We all do it. We even have selfie sticks now. I just might be taking a selfie as I write this! Okay, maybe I’m exaggerating a little. But even if you hardly ever take snaps of yourself, you might still be at risk of identity theft.
Over A Dozen Women Accuse Man of Fraud and Identity Theft Would you believe me if I told you that the person you’re chatting with online isn’t real? I don’t mean that he or she is a robot or anything like that. I mean that you’re being lied to about who your online match really is. Okay, maybe you’re not and your match is legit, but there are many women who can’t say the same.
This Thanksgiving, Be Thankful Your Identity Is Safe… or Is It? IDENTITY THEFT CAN HAPPEN IN MANY DIFFERENT WAYS For most of us, Thanksgiving means turkey, stuffing, gravy, sweet potatoes, cornbread, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce. Oh and don’t forget the pumpkin pie! But for Axton Betz-Hamilton, a professor at Eastern Illinois University, this holiday brings back dreary memories. What was once a time for family and of gratitude is now a time of mystery and a remembrance of how her identity was stolen.