Huffington Post: “Take your driver’s license out of your wallet. Flip it over. Now look carefully at the back of it. There’s no box to check for “Identity Donor.” Yet when it comes to identity-related crimes, one of the greatest times of vulnerability is immediately after you die. You can do everything right. You can use long and strong passwords and account-unique user names. You can check your financial accounts and monitor your credit on a regular basis, you can set up transaction alerts on your credit cards — even order a credit freeze — and then you die. Well, not entirely. Include Identity in Your Estate Planning.
The New Grave Robbers: Identity Thieves
By On the Net|2016-12-13T20:33:26-08:00March 19th, 2015|
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