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Old 03-05-2008, 04:56 AM
 
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Hello everybody, I have been using my social security number for my taxation purposes. But, I have been recently intimidated by my lawyer that since the crime of identity theft has been on the high I should be careful in using it. I am really concerned about this and need to know whether there are any ways by which we can protect them.
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Old 03-05-2008, 10:25 PM
 
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Default Does anyone know any ways to protect social security number?

[FONT=&quot]The word you say is absolutely striking. The situations of identity theft are really increasing and it was only a few days that my friend had been a victim of this. That is when he was advised by his well-wishers to enroll for LifeLock (http://lifelock-reviews.com-411.com/ - broken link). He had enquired with them and the services they offer are really a plus point in making us secure about our personal details. I too assume that his decision is right to go for such a deal as he is now very cautious about his details. I myself will be taking a step in the same way and advice you to do the same.[/FONT]
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