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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Loss of territories - productive land,industries and raw resources Identity Theft- The Impact Bibliography ge ft?site_id=%3Amaster_db%3A What Is It? In short, identity theft is a crime wherean individual obtains personal informationof another person in an illegal way, and uses this information for money gain oranother form of personal gain. Remember, unlike your fingerprints, your information can be taken and misused, so be careful! What Personal Information Is the Criminal Trying to Take? Full nameDate of Birth and BirthplaceAddresses/Phone NumbersPassport informationCredit Card InformationPasswordsSocial SecurityAccount Number Ways to Commit This Crime Skimming- using a small item to swipe credit cards and take their informationDumpster Diving- going throughdumpsters for informationPhishing- sending fake messages pretending to be a real companyShoulder Surfing- watching from nearby in a public area Identity Theft happens every 9 minutes on average. Identity Theft can be very expensive tosolve. It takes a person $500 to get their identity back! Identity Theft is the fastest growing crime in the U.S. 85% of identity theft cases involve theuse of credit card or bank accountinformation for illegal use Most victims are 18-24 because of their good credit 47% of victims have trouble getting loans after the incident
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