Identity Theft is a serious issue in the 21st century, and thanks to the technological age, thieves are better able to poach personal information than ever before. Indeed, several high profile businesses like Target have had their records hacked and millions of people’s personal details made vulnerable. Free Score Report Gov has been keeping track of the industrial scale of the crime, and has published a new report about how individuals can identify and thereby prevent it. —
The editorial, entitled “Identity Theft Shocking Facts”, is an exploration of the modern methods of identity theft as practiced by the criminal class, introducing eight shocking and surprising figures on the spread and prevalence of identity theft, the amount of money it costs the economy every year, and more. It discusses what tactics identity thieves use and how they will use personal information once they have it. This allows people to understand the need for credit monitoring and ID security services.
The new article has is one of a suite of recent updates to the site, which include an article about the best rated credit monitoring services individuals can use to keep track of an improve their credit score. The article proposes a top five league table with star ratings, vital statistics and information on their special offers.
A spokesperson for Free Score Report Gov explained, “Free Score Report Gov is pleased to be able to continue to help our thriving community protect itself from the criminal activities that seem to be more rampant than ever in the online world. Having a high quality credit monitoring and ID security software is a big step in staying protected, which is why we have ranked the best packages available.”
About Free Score Report Gov: Free Score Report Gov works to provide people with all the information they need to take control of their financial standing. Their goal is to provide users with all the information they need to take advantage of the same tools financial bodies use to assess individuals, to improve their financial standing. The website is regularly updated by a committed team of writers and researchers.
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