As identity theft reports mushroom, expert offers tips to avoid it
WILLMAR -- Don't provide personal information to someone who calls or e-mails you, no matter who they say they are.
Don't carry your Social Security card with you. Hardly anyone has a legitimate reason to ask you for it.
Remember the old saying -- If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.
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