Identity theft can literally happen to anyone at anytime. The nice thing is the more educated and careful you are, the odds that you’ll become a victim of identity theft go down dramatically.
(PRWEB) September 29, 2011
More than 8 million people were victims of identity theft in 2010, with losses well into the billions, making identity theft resources and prevention more critical than ever. Recently enhanced to provide more interactive information and tips on avoiding identity theft, Identity-Theft-Scenarios.com offers the latest tips and tools to help consumers avoid costly identity fraud situations.
The identity theft prevention site now offers a new section where victims of identity fraud can tell their story in hopes of preventing others from becoming victims. It also offers up-to-date information on the dangers of social networking sites, ways to stop identity theft in its tracks, an identity theft blog and more.
“Identity theft can literally happen to anyone at anytime. The nice thing is the more educated and careful you are, the odds that you’ll become a victim of identity theft go down dramatically,” said Jed Lampi, owner and founder of Identity-Theft-Scenarios.com. “By continually updating our site, we hope to prevent some vulnerable people from becoming victims.”
In 2010, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission received more than 250,000 complaints about identity theft -- nearly one-fifth of all complaints received by the agency, again underscoring the importance of reliable identity theft resources. Identity-Theft-Scenarios.com also provides information on the best identity theft protection tools, identity theft statistics and information on punishment for identity fraud.
Founded in 2009 to help consumers prevent and handle identity theft, Identity-Theft-Scenarios.com is the premier site for identity fraud resources and information. For more information on the site and preventing identity theft, please visit http://www.identity-theft-scenarios.com