PROTECTING YOU FROM IDENTITY THEFT

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Mortgage and Lending with Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp.

 

Identity Theft is a serious felony that affects millions of Americans each year.  In today’s installment Milly lets the nation know about the “3 D’s” to protect themselves from these identity theft “scumbags” (as he so eloquently puts it).  Honest Americans today need to safeguard their non-public information more than ever and need to keep in mind that they can become a victim anytime and in several different ways.  With risk of sounding paranoid, in today’s video Milly gives the “what to look fors” and the “how to keep them aways”.

Identity Theft is a crime punishable by law and can take years to remedy for the victim.  If you or one of your loved ones feel you are a victim or might be falling victim to identity theft, do not hesitate to call the authorities today.

We hope you enjoy today’s installment!

If you or any of your loved one have any questions regarding mortgage financinghome ownership or banking in general, please don’t hesitate to hit that MILLY button!!

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Examples of simple steps you can take to protect yourself and your data include:

- Shred all documents containing personal, financial or medical information before you throw them out.
- Be cautious using debit cards.  Don’t use at gas pumps or for shopping online.
- Don’t respond to e-mails, calls or texts seeking sensitive information. Legitimate companies don’t seek customers’ information this way.
- Create strong passwords that mix letters, numbers and special characters, and use different passwords for different accounts.
- Lock your mailbox.  Stolen mail is a leading cause of identity theft.
- Don’t keep your license, title and registration in your glove compartment.

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