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Consumer News - Summer 2000
FDIC Consumer News - Summer 2000
|When a Criminal's Cover Is Your Identity
ID theft puts an ugly face on your good name. A con artist who knows your Social Security number, bank account information or other personal details can temporarily become you in order to commit fraud. Fixing the damage could take years. Here's how to reduce your risk.
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