Identity Theft Hits the North Pole
In the land of what many school age children
would consider the domain of Santa Claus and
reindeer, an identity theft ring had been
The ring leader, a 23 year old man, has been
recently convicted for multiple counts of
theft and forgery including criminal
When arrested the North Pole identity theft
ring leader's auto contained "forged driver's
licenses and stolen checks."
Usually identity thieves prefer to frequently
change their locations and as a result often
carry with them the stolen identities and the
means to monetize them.
Fortunately, for the habitants of the North
Pole, this ring leader and his accomplices
will soon all be behind bars.
After all, we wouldn't want Santa Claus, his
elves, or even Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer
to become the North Pole's most recognizable
identity theft victims.
So, our tip for today is no one and not even
at the North Pole is beyond the reach of
identity theft. Make sure you order a copy
of your own credit report this month to
check for any signs of unauthorized activity
using your good name and social security
Finally, to insure mobil dentity thief has not
used your stolen information to avoid arrest,
get your personal information profile (pip)
checked out before an arrest warrant
is issued against you.