The more people we can get this information out to, the fewer scam victims there will be. It shocks and appalls us that people will use death records in a scam.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) August 07, 2013
DeathRecords.us.org has launched an educational initiative to help stop identity theft scam artists who use death records as part of their fraud, the company said yesterday.
“We've learned a lot of really disturbing things about how scam artists can use death records to rip people off,” a DeathRecords.us.org spokesman said. “We decided it was our responsibility to get this information out to our customers to help them avoid becoming scam victims.”
DeathRecords.us.org is going to put the anti-scam educational material in the members’ section of their website. Then they will start to upload it to their social media sites and their blog at DeathRecordsBlog.us.org, he said.
“The more people we can get this information out to, the fewer scam victims there will be,” the DeathRecords.us.org spokesman said. “It shocks and appalls us that people will use death records in a scam.”
One way that scam artists use death records is by calling up relatives and claiming they need personal information to complete a death record, he said. Other times, they will simply use death records directly to create a false ID and open up credit accounts in the dead person's name, he said.
“There are many different ways scam artists can use death records,” the DeathRecords.us.org spokesman said. “We are going to let consumers know about all of them, so they can avoid becoming victims.”
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