How to keep your family safe from child identity theft

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Recently, the Identity Theft Assistance Center and Javelin Research conducted a study regarding child ID theft and below are a few key findings one in 40 respondents had a child who was a victim of ID fraud.

The incident rate of child identity fraud among households with dependents under age 18 is 2.5 percent over the lifetime of the family, or one in 40.

Leading identity theft expert and author of “Bankrupt at Birth” stops by with ways to keep your family safe from child identity theft.

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