Job hunters rightly fear identity theft

(By – Diane Stafford, Kansas City Star)

Late one night last weekend we got one of those phone calls you hate: A credit card had been used to buy hundreds of dollars of electronics in a distant city. It was a week-old card, used only twice by us. But somewhere, somehow, someone was using its numbers. Rarely a day goes by that you don’t hear of credit card hacking, database breeches or identity theft, sometimes on massive scales made possible by digitization. Stopping the card and fixing false charges are a pain. But, in the end, it’s usually “just money” at stake. Read more…


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