How can we make social security safer?

How can we make social security safer? Seems like ANYONE, and i mean anyone, literally, can get a stolen social security number and use it to work in the United States. Can they not make something more reliable for us? like..example. Have a special, card with PHOTO identity on it as your social security card. […]

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Kinda fell for a Craigslist scam?

I responded to a job posting searching for males and females for "stock lifestyle photo (san diego)" I got an email back asking for information. I sent my name, cellphone number, home number, and address. Just those. I wasn’t asked for my social security or credit card number and I wouldn’t have sent those obviously. […]

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identity theft?

Okay so I have a polyvore account and I am in the Gram Bell Prep roleplay and I used a photo off photobucket and this girl is trying to get my account deleted because of "identity theft" No the picture is not of her and I even put on my profile this is a roleplay […]

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What are the charges for identity theft?

What is the worst thing that can happen if somebody took a picture of themsleves and put into somebody else’s real ID, and got caught? If the other person does not press charges, what is the worst thing that can happen? The person using somebody else’s ID with their photo is 18. If they get […]

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How to get rid of Phishing on Windows Live Messenger?

hi i got an IM from my cousin with a link to a photo on Hi5 and when i clicked it it automatically sent the link to all my friends. A friend then told me it was a phishing scam. i changed my password (an even blocked my cousin…) but it still sends out the […]

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What is the best way to protect your photos from theft on your website?

I am trying to find a lawyer to handle a copyright theft, fraud case now and its so hard to find one. A person stole my pic from my website and is using it on her website to sell her litters and refuses to remove it saying it is hers and that I am the […]

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How would a criminal use your photo to commit identity theft?

I’ve recently been told that a criminal can use your photo (and just your photo, no other info) to steal your identity, and I refuse to believe it. How would a criminal use your photo to commit identity theft?

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