Here are a few of the most important things that Florida consumers who want to protect their tax refunds should know about tax identity theft awareness week.
In case Michigan consumers are wondering why they should guard themselves heavily against identity theft and credit card fraud, here are the top reasons.
Why Minnesota Consumers Should Remember that the Identity Theft Threat Doesn’t End with the Equifax Promotions
The Equifax free credit monitoring sign-up has ended, but that doesn’t mean that the identity theft threat caused by the security breach is over.
One way that Illinois consumers can protect themselves in the wake of the Equifax data breach is to file their tax returns as early as possible this year.
In looking for creative ways to pay down credit card debt, New York consumers may wonder if they can use reward points. The short answer? Yes.
Believe it or not, New York consumers might see their credit scores drop if their credit limits are missing from their credit reports.
Why Florida Consumers Don’t Have to Wait for the Credit Bureaus to Fix Flawed Credit Reporting Policies
Florida consumers don’t have to wait for the credit bureaus to fix flawed credit reporting policies. They can get clean credit reports right NOW.
Now that the smoke has cleared, fewer Minnesota consumers are panicked about the Equifax data breach of 2017, but they should still be concerned.
Here’s how outdated call centers pose identity theft risks for Minnesota consumers and how they can protect their sensitive information.
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For Michigan consumers worried about their credit, here are the top ten ways for those affected by the Equifax breach to protect their identities.
Now that the smoke has cleared, here’s how Florida consumers are dealing with identity theft protection in the wake of the Equifax breach.
Public Wi-Fi is very convenient and it can save you money on data, but Illinois consumers who use it increase identity theft risks.
Why Georgia Consumers Can’t Forget to be On Guard Against Small-Scale Credit Card Fraud in the Wake of the Equifax Data Breach
Here are some safety tips for Georgia consumers who should be on guard against small-scale credit card fraud in the wake of the Equifax data breach.
Michigan consumers unsure about what to do in the wake of the Equifax data breach now have guidance from the Attorney General.