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Identity theft up by 45% in Britain

The problem of identity theft is becoming a growing concern for Britons, with 90% of people who have heard of the crime worrying about falling victim to it.

Incidents of identity theft, when a fraudsters uses someone else's personal details to apply for credit or benefits, soared by 45% last year.

from ic Wales

Category: Identity Theft News
Posted on November 1, 2004 at 05:30 PM | Permalink


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