Friday, March 30, 2012

Identity Theft News - Fri Mar 30, 2012

Two Defendants Convicted in Identity Theft Scheme
After a seven-day trial, the jury returned guilty verdicts on all 44 counts it considered, including conspiracy, access device or credit card fraud, aggravated identity theft, bank fraud, mail theft, immigration fraud, Social Security fraud, ...
Lessons from Paul Allen ID Theft
And his name's ubiquity could make him, in theory, more susceptible to identity theft than the average consumer. But the ease with which Allen's Citibank debit card and bank account details were stolen via a call center dupe raises serious questions ...
Woman arrested in Everett, accused of identity theft
She was arrested for investigation of identity theft, possessing stolen property, prescription fraud and drug possession. Turns out, the woman could have been behind bars. On Feb. 28 she was sentenced to 10 months in jail for drug possession.

Deli Agrees to Settle Identity Theft Case By Giving Away Soft Drinks
By Aaron Hepker DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A restaurant chain sued for failing to follow a federal anti-identity theft law has reached an agreement to give away soft drinks as a way of settling the case. Des Moines-based Palmer's Deli & Market has agreed ... providing comprehensive answers for you and your family on issues regarding Identity Theft.


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