Identity Thieves Target Children

Identity thieves are targeting a growing number of children
Child identity theft occurs when a child's identity is used by another person for personal gain. The perpetrator may be a family member or a person known by the family. This person could also be a stranger who purposely targets children. This crime is attractive because it often goes undetected until the child reaches legal age.
One of the most common examples of child identity theft is opening a credit card in the child's name.  To learn about red flags, and what you can do to protect your child, visit the Identity Theft Resource Center website.

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