Posts

Aug
12

Conduct a Background Check on a Son or Daughter’s Future Spouse

You may have recently heard great news that your child is soon to get married. Although this is a joyous occasion you may want to spend a little time to investigate (think Background Check) into your son or daughter’s future spouse before they are sealed in marriage. This is in no way overstepping your boundaries as […]

Nov
21

How to avoid identity theft during the Holidays

Phishing: Phishing became one of the most costly and incredibly financially rewarding kinds of identity theft. Significantly more phishing scams are being operated as a result of organized criminal gangs, meticulously created and adequately financed in order to dupe even the most careful shopper. Phishing utilizes convincing-looking yet fraudulent email messages as well as internet […]

Apr
30

Identity Theft and SSN Randomization

SSN Randomization is a project by the SSA in an effort to curb Identity theft victims in the USA. The Social Security Administration (SSA) changed the way Social Security Numbers are issued starting on June 25, 2011. Since 1973 SSN’s have been issued based on the Zip Code of the mailing address of the SSN […]

Sep
30

Providing your Social Security Number on Forms

Every time I complete a form at a bank or at a doctors office, they want my SSN. Since I’m in that industry I know all too well how SSN information gets abused. As we slid into a recession a few years ago, unemployment mounted and peoples bank accounts started dwindling. Foreclosures on the rise, […]

Feb
11

Free people search with social security number

I see a lot of people requesting a free people search, unfortunately, there is really no such thing as a free people search with a social security number. But don’t despair; I will reveal the truth about free people searches here. No tricks, no schemes, no sales pitch – only information and explanations. First let […]

Aug
30

Social Security Number Fraud Q & A

We receive a lot of questions about Social Security Number Fraud which is often tied to Identity theft. One of the most recent Questions was: How would someone determine if a person who is currently using a valid Social Security number is actually the person the number was issued to, and is not just using […]