ID Theft 101 Types of ID Theft Prevention Tips The Michelle Brown Story Random U.S. and World Facts

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What is identity theft?
An occurence when someone wrongfully acquires and uses a consumer’s personal identification, credit, or account information.

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What is stealing?
Taking a purse/wallet, personal records from a workplace, tax information, bank or credit card statements, & pre-approved credit card offers from the mail without a person's permission.

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What is to shred?
You should do this to any credit card offers or bank statements once you no longer need them.

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Who is Connie?
The first name of the person who stole the real Michelle Brown's identity?
 

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Who are teens and senior citizens?
The leading victims of identity theft today. (Give two answers)

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What is dumpster diving?
Information carelessly discarded into the trash can be stolen when a thief digs through the garbage.

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What is a purse?
Do not hang this from a chair in a public place or on the hook in the bathroom.

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What is a bank teller?
The profession of the lady who noticed that Connie was not the real Michelle Brown.

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Where is China?
In what eastern country has more English speaking people than the United States?

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What is personal information?
Bank account, credit card, driver's license and social security numbers.

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What is skimming?
Thieves may steal credit or debit card information by attaching a device to card processors or scan a purse or wallet.

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What are words, numbers and symbols?
To prevent someone from gaining access to your online information, your password should contain __________, ____________and ___________ to ensure online safety.

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What is a mortgage loan application?
The document Michelle Brown fill out that allowed Connie to obtain her personal information. Give me the correct term.

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Where is Los Angeles?
In this major U.S. city, there are more cars than there are people.

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What is the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)?
A agency of the United States government that primarily focuses on consumer protection.

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What is pre-texting?
Thieves use false pretenses to obtain your personal information from financial institutions, telephone companies, and other sources.

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What is your full social security number?
A legitimate company will never ask you for this while on the phone.

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What is to buy an SUV, to buy a house, to get a cell phone, to get a credit card, to go to jail (lol) and to get plastic surgery.
Name three ways Connie used Michelle Brown's identity.

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What is orange, purple, silver or month.
Name at least one word that does not rhyme with another word in the English language.

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