Your identity is yours to protect. Make sure you take the steps to protect yours. If you want to be able to get a loan, credit card, a home of your own someday, make sure that you know your identity is protected. I didn’t think about mine, didn’t think it mattered at all. Hubby has great credit, the house we do own is in his name (he bought it a few months after we met). What did my credit, or lack there of, matter? Then this happened and I decided it did matter.
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For the past few weeks I have been getting calls from a number, repeatedly. At first it was a couple times a week, then once a day. Then this week it started being twice a day. When I would answer one of two things would happen:
One: a automated message telling me that so and so was calling with an important business call and to stay on the line. To me, sounds like a scam and the couple times I did try to stay on the line no one ever answered.
Two: they hung up the moment I said hello. [Read more…] about Mistaken Identity