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Identity Theft involves acquiring pieces of someone's personal information such as:
The information is used to assume the individual's identity. This information allows the Identity Thief to commit many types of fraud, which include purchasing automobiles, applying for loans, credit cards, apartment rentals, and establishing phone and utility services.
As part of our ongoing commitment to keep our citizens informed about possible threats to their financial security, we would like to provide you with information regarding the growing problem of Identity Theft. View our Identity Theft Prevention Guidelines that outlines ways to keep your information secure.