Tuesday, August 02, 2005

A few simple precautions can beat identity raiders

Scotsman.com Business : "SCOTS are more concerned than anyone else in the UK about having their identity stolen, but less likely to know how to ward off one of the UK's fastest-growing crimes.
More than eight out of ten Scots (82.6 per cent) are worried about having their ID stolen, higher than the national average of 74.1 per cent, according to research released this week.
However, just 16.4 per cent of those north of the Border said they knew what to do to anything to prevent them becoming a victim, less than the 18.4 per cent nationally. "

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