INF 103 Computer Literacy - Week 4 Assignment - Krystal Byrd

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“Don’t Be A Victim” Krystal Byrd INF 103 Computer Literacy Mortoza A. Abdullah October 29, 2015
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Who can help me to prevent being a victim of identity theft?
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Be Aware FIRST Monitor SECOND YOU have the ability to protect YOU from becoming of Identity Theft by following thr THIRD Protect
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Be Aware Pay attention to how and where you are divulging your personal information Know the common scams and the steps to avoid them Check your surroundings before handling person information
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Monitor your data that must be shared Monitor your bank account and report any fraudulent activity Monitor your disposal of unwanted documents, statements or receipts that could otherwise fall into the wrong hands Monitor 2
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Avoid using public computers and free Wi-Fi Protect If you decide to share your information online, look for a lock icon on the browser's status bar or a URL that begins "https:" the "s" is for secure Contact the credit-reporting agencies and ask them to put a security alert on your file so that any new accounts will be verified with you before they are opened 3
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RULES BE AWARE O F YOUR SURROUNDIN GS!
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