Item description for Identity Theft: What It Is, How to Prevent It, and What to Do If It Happens to You by Rob Hamadi...
Comprehensively detailing what identity theft is and how it is carried out, this practical guide examines identity theft as a sweeping international dilemma and threat. Exploring how easy it is to steal information by obtaining ATM pin numbers, searching through the trash, copying credit cards, and cracking online accounts, this book addresses the devastating financial, personal, and emotional effects that victims are sure to encounter. This groundbreaking and important work also offers helpful steps for identity-theft victims to recover their identities as well as effective preventative measures.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.27" Width: 5.28" Height: 0.79" Weight: 0.62 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2005
ISBN 1904132499 ISBN13 9781904132493
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More About Rob Hamadi
Rob Hamadi is head of communications at the Publishers Association, United Kingdom, and is the founding chair of the Digital Content Forum's Cybercrime Industry Action Group. He is the author of "Identity Theft," He lives in Columbia, South Carolina.
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The Facts of Identity Theft Apr 8, 2005
The book deals with every day instances in which, we carelessly throw out financial papers, seemingly innocent statements of bills and open ourselves up to invasion by simply not thinking about what the consequences of divulging information to people will be. It parallels Identity Theft from a US and UK perspective. It was a fascinating comparison of the two systems, which are very similar in some respects. It gives good advice on what steps to take if you have been a victim and also resources to check credit reports. It is very well organized and easily understood.