13+ Things an Identity Thief Won’t Tell You (1/19)

Criminals are after your personal information and money. Protect yourself from fraud with these secrets from former identity thieves.

1. Watch Your Back

1. Watch Your Back

In line at the grocery store, I’ll hold my smartphone like I’m looking at the screen and snap a picture of your card as you’re using it. Next thing you know, I’m ordering things online—on your dime.

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