The Internet and access to the World Wide Web makes women’s lives easier by enabling online shopping, online banking and even ordering pizza on a Friday night. These benefits are convenient and save lots of time but also open doors to identity thieves to steal personal information and access financial accounts. Many single women are on a limited or fixed income and are vulnerable to scammers and unscrupulous characters. The bad guys have no problem stealing your life savings right out from under your nose. That’s why I’d like to share some ideas on how women can prevent identity theft.
Knowing about the problem is only half the battle, the next step is to implement some preventative measures that limit your risk of identity theft. Here are 8 suggestions for women to consider. [click to continue...]