PERSONAL FINANCE

Don’t Let Identity Thieves Steal From You

Why you should regularly check your credit file

Bank statement, calculator, and pen
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Your credit file contains a wealth of information that’s used mainly by lenders, but what if the details of your financial life fell into the wrong hands?

Identity thieves can use that information to take out loans in your name, obtain…

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Alison Stephens

Full time freelance writer, work-from-home devotee, and advocate of the flexible lifestyle. Inspiring and helping others to gain a better work/life balance.

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