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A worthwhile guide to preventing and remedying identity theft Oct. 27 2013
By Geoff of CA - Published on
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My identity was stolen recently, which gave me a strong desire to limit the damage and to prevent recurrences. I bought four books: Identity Theft for Dummies by Michael J. Arata (2010); 50 Ways to Protect Your Identity in a Digital Age, 2nd edition, by Steve Weisman (2013); The Wall Street Journal Complete Identity Theft Guidebook by Terri Cullen (2007); and Identity Theft Secrets by Dale Penn (2011).

The most useful was the book by Weisman, followed by Arata's book. However, all four books were well worth the money. In general, they told the same story, but each had facts and insights that the others did not. Most of us are overloaded with urgent things to do, but since the average victim of identity theft spends 600 hours straightening out the mess, learning about and implementing identity theft protection is a good investment of time.

I had been aware of the danger of identity theft, and had thought that I was doing a good job of preventing my identity from being stolen. However, reading the four books listed above made me realize that I was vulnerable in many ways that I had never considered
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identity theft for dummies Dec 28 2013
By Vernon Siders Jr. - Published on
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I enjoyed reading this book. it helps me with keeping my victims informed. there is lots of information added. i wonder if they update this book every so often