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Written by Paula Jones Last updated: September 5, 2007
It’s easy for personal information to fall into the wrong hands. Taking some quite simple precautions can protect your identity from being stolen by someone else…
Delete emails from unknown sources without opening them.
Use a firewall on your computer to prevent others from accessing your data.
Avoid using obvious passwords such as relating to your name.
Regularly monitor your credit report to make sure that everything is in order.
Shred and destroy anything containing personal information before throwing it away.
Never give out personal details over the phone.
Never let your debit or credit card leave your sight.
Don’t keep a record of PIN numbers in your purse or wallet; memorise them.
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