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Identity theft isn’t just an inconvenience – it can cause serious damage to your credit score, impairing your ability to take out loans and mortgages, buy a car, apply for certain jobs, or apply for a new credit card. Every year there are about 8 million victims of identity theft in the US alone. To prevent yourself from falling victim to identity theft, here are a few tips to help secure your personal information and keep thieves and hackers at bay. For more advice on financial security or for advice to repair credit after having been a victim of identity theft, contact Advantage CCS today.

Author: Lauralynn Mangis
Lauralynn is the Online Marketing Specialist for Advantage CCS. She is married and has two young daughters. She enjoys writing, reading, hiking, cooking, video games, sewing, and gardening. Lauralynn has a degree in Multimedia Technologies from Pittsburgh Technical College.

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