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Free E-Book on ID Theft Prevention Now Available
June 13, 2008

It is both frightening and frustrating when you see charges on a credit card for purchases that you never made. Or—even worse—you receive a credit card bill for an account that you never opened yourself! It might not have happened to you yet, but it has probably happened to someone you know. Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal information without permission to commit fraud or other crimes.

Now, a new E-Book entitled SCARED SAFE: Life’s Little Identity Theft Prevention Handbook by Todd Feinman, is available for FREE download for anyone who wishes to arm themselves with a general understanding of the issues, and answers to questions they did not even know to ask. The handbook aims to educate consumers about basics that they need to know to avoid becoming victims of the dire and ever-growing threat of electronic identity theft!

The E-Book is available at no cost at: www.identityfinder.com/scaredsafe.

SCARED SAFE chapters include “Peer-to-Peer File Sharing,” “Viruses and Worms,” “Spyware,” “Bots and Trojans,” “Phishing,” “Receipts,” “Retiring a Computer,” and more, each chapter illustrating—with screenshots for each so you can see just what these threats look like on your computer—the ‘Threat Information’ and ‘How to Protect Yourself’ from that particular threat. (i.e.–on page 28, a fake Ebay email example is shown, with an explanation of how you can tell it’s fake.) There’s even a screenshot of an actual illegal website displaying stolen bank account logins that hackers can purchase showing the amount of money in each account!

Author Todd Feinman is CEO of Identity Finder – unique software designed to prevent electronic identity theft.


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