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How Seniors Put Themselves at Risk for ID Theft Online

NEW YORK (MainStreet) — Conventional wisdom has it that age begets wisdom — but being technologically savvy about protecting your identity and money while online is a whole different thing.According to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, consumers age 65 and up are particularly vulnerable to online ID theft."Many seniors spend lifetimes building credit and saving money for their golden years, but the identity thieves steal their hard-earned savings or ruin their reputations," said FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez at a recent forum on senior identity theft.You'd think that older Americans would get the message and be more cautious about who they share

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29 Oct
Wils Bell @Security_REC
RT @HemanshuNigam: How Seniors Put Themselves at Risk for ID Theft Online http://t.co/jHoAb986kG
29 Oct
Hemanshu Nigam @HemanshuNigam
How Seniors Put Themselves at Risk for ID Theft Online http://t.co/jHoAb986kG