Why College Students have a Greater Risk of Identity Theft: Lessons and Tips

Emerging Ed Tech: Identity theft is an act of stealing and using one’s personal information in order to commit fraud and other criminal activity. Once the personal information is obtained, thieves can take over one’s bank account, open new credit cards in one’s name, apply for car loans, rent or buy property, or claim one’s tax refund. If you would like to find out if you are a victim of this crime, or if you're looking for a resource that will help you to prevent it, check this website (they have a lot of guides and tips on identity theft).

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