Wednesday, March 17, 2010

18- to 24-year-olds most at risk for ID theft, survey finds

The Washington Post reports: "... The "core millennial" group, identified as people ages 18 to 24, is at the greatest risk because it takes them longer to figure out that they have been defrauded -- meaning their information is compromised for a longer period, according to the survey, which is a snapshot of the identity fraud landscape from last year." -- full story

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