ID Protection, Kids and Money

Prevent identity theft: teach your kids safe browsing habits

When your kids are online – whether they’re watching videos or playing games – you likely worry about the content they’re consuming. As a parent, it’s also important to think about the information they’re giving out and to teach them about safe browsing. That’s because online identity thieves are also targeting unsuspecting children.

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Author SAC FCU Managing Editor

ID Protection, Resources

Top tips for protecting yourself from ID theft this holiday season

For many people, the holidays can be a whirlwind – from finding the perfect gift to confirming travel plans for family gatherings. Unfortunately, the increased consumer shopping and travel during the holidays also presents the perfect opportunity for identity thieves to swipe your personal information and use it for their own profit. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do to keep this from happening to you.

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Author SAC FCU Managing Editor

ID Protection

The road to recovery: What to do when your identity is stolen

In a world where information changes hands with the simple click of a mouse, our identities are now vulnerable to a nearly infinite range of threats. If your identity is compromised, you may notice unrecognizable charges on your credit card statement or checks written in your name that you don’t remember writing. Or you might receive a call from your credit union with questions about suspicious charges or withdrawals. Learning that your identity may have been stolen can be a frightening experience, but the following steps will help to get your identity back in your hands.

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Author SAC FCU Managing Editor