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Are You At Risk For Identity Theft? How To Avoid Being Hacked

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How much care do you take to make sure your most valuable information is secure? If your answer is “very little,” or “I’m too lazy,” you’re far from alone. More than one in eight Americans have had their identities stolen at some point in their lives, according to a new study from consumer financial services company Bankrate published Tuesday. More than one in seven people know someone who has suffered identity theft.
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