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Yan Ross

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Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist (CITRMS) -- providing responses to questions on identity theft prevention and restoration for consumers and holders of protected information (Personally Identifiable Information)

Whitney Jackson

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I can answer questions regarding how to determine whether identity theft has occurred, how to best mitigate your risk if you suspect a breach of your personal information, how to resolve identity theft, how to resolve a mixed credit file issue (which many people mistakenly believe is identity theft), how place fraud alerts, the difference between a fraud alert and credit freeze and when each is appropriate, and issues involving confirmed or suspected identity theft of minors.

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2016-11-27 bank account info:

Jeff,    A phone number by itself is not sufficient information for a hacker to access your bank account.    Even though your phone number is one of numerous data elements that a would-be identity thief

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