Identity Theft Protection Guide
Jim Marsden was a victim of identity theft, after someone stole his social security number and used it to get multiple loans and a credit card. It took him 4 years and thousands of dollars to repair his credit and restore his identity. To ensure that others can learn how to prevent identity theft, Jim set up www.id-protection-reviews.com to educate consumers on online identity theft as well as the best identity theft protection programs and solutions.
In a recent online interview, Jim states “Countless people fall victim to phishing, online spying and stealing of credit cards, pre-approved offers, mail and even dumpsters. Most people are just not sure what to do next or who to turn to for stopping identity theft. www.id-protection-reviews.com was launched to help consumers identity ways to avoid identity theft and guide them to select the right identity management service".
Amongst some of the topics you will read on the site are detailed articles including ways to recognize identity theft, how to protect your family and children, what to do when you receive a security breach letter, dealing with fraud investigators, what to do when your wallet gets lost or stolen and detailed comparison guides such as Lifelock reviews and Trusted ID reviews and even privacy protection software such as Evidence Eraser and Privacy Crisis. The site will not only teach you ways to identify if you are a victim of identity theft fraud, but also provide comparisons of the various identity theft protection services, so you can protect your name and your family’s identity.
For more information, visit www.id-protection-reviews.com
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