How does identity theft protection work? Stop would-be scammers fast

Betty Q. Hixson

Online scamming has led to a significant increase in identity theft. Luckily, reputable companies have stepped forward to offer identity theft protection services. By signing up, you’re better prepared to stop would-be thieves from stealing identifying information like Social Security numbers, bank accounts, and more. 

Are identity theft protection services worth it? Here’s a look at the pros, cons, and costs of these services.

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