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DISASTER ALERT- REDUCING IDENTITY THEFT OPPORTUNITIES

The Identity Theft Resource Center wishes to alert the public of several potential identity theft-related situations that might arise from a natural or man-made disaster. This information is based on observed criminal behavior in disaster situations. It is unfortunate but thieves do take advantage of all natural and man-made events. It is important that no one assumes that they are victims of identity theft if information is missing. It could be so badly destroyed by the disaster that NO one could read it again.

Category: Consumer Tips, FRAUD ALERTS
Posted on September 16, 2004 at 10:03 PM | Permalink

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I have gotten this e-mail twice from "CITI [antifraud.ref.num70378033107@citibank.com]". I want to know how to make it stop. I do not know / understand what you mean by "URL", so I have a copy of their source. Please let me know how to send it to you. This area does not provide enough space.

Posted by: Marsha Mundinger at Oct 24, 2004 5:04:56 PM