Profile: Ken Chaplin is senior vice president of marketing at Experian Consumer Services, the leading provider of online consumer credit reports, credit scores, credit monitoring, and protection products. He is responsible for communications and marketing operations.
The threat of identity theft this tax season leaves consumers with more to worry about than whether or not a tax return is in the mail. A thief may use sensitive information, such as a Social Security number, to claim a fraudulent tax refund, open fraudulent credit cards or commit other criminal acts. It is especially important to protect the personal financial information found in your tax returns.
Dear Readers, Everyone would like to make a love connection on Valentine’s Day, and online dating sites can be a great way to meet someone. Unfortunately, online dating services and social communities are prime targets for identity thieves who know how to prey upon the vulnerabilities of those seeking relationships. The Federal Bureau of […]
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