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November 13, 2017
Amber Anaya 2 Thesis Statement: Some people are careless with their things like credit card and social security
cards and even with their email don’t be a victim of fraud protect yourself. Credit Cards
Credit card fraud is common today. You should never leave your credit card lying around.
Never put your credit card number online always use a secondary credit card online if you do use
your credit card online make sure it’s on a secure website. When shopping for an unsecured
website identity thieves can intercept your personal information. Always have your cards in a
safe place and don’t give your credit card number out over the phone you never know who is
listening. Be careful at an ATM some identity thieves can install an additional device onto an
existing ATM or credit card reader. This tool can read your credit card information, including
your ATM or debit pin. Social security cards
If a thief steals your social security number, he or she can cause a lot of problems in your life.
They can destroy your credit, and you be able to own anything. You should never carry you're
your social security in your purse or wallet it should always be in a safe place. If your social
security gets stolen, you should contact Equifax or TransUnion to place a fraud alert on your
credit file. If you think someone has taken your identity, you can order a free credit report. If
someone steals your social security card, they can open financial accounts your social security
number is the most critical piece of personal information a bank needs when it comes to
expanding your credit. Always shred documents with your name and block electronic access to
your social security account. 3 Emails
People get hacked my there email every day. Your email id and its password are your
confidential information don't share it. You should change your password at least once a month.
You should always delete your emails daily. Don't log into a computer that is not yours still use a
second email address. Take your computer offline and run a full virus on it. Some people think
emails don't get hacked, but they do and its quite often and it's easy. Updating your computer will
also help stop hackers make sure you have the latest internet chrome, or Firefox updated on your
computer. No one likes being hacked I hope these tips will prevent you and me from being a
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