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April 5, 2018

House Cleaning And Identity Theft

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House Cleaning And Identity Theft
What do house cleaning and identity theft have in common?

Most people would say not a lot.  A Delaware household would beg to differ from that.  House cleaning and identity theft could have much more in common than you think.

Delaware state police recently arrested a 39 year old woman, Jodi Wright, for stealing the identity of a 72 year old woman for whom she was a house cleaner for.  Wright began working for the woman about four months ago.

She forged her signature on stolen checks and cashed them.  The victim noticed the suspicious banking activity last month.  In total, over $9000 in checks were cashed, police said.  The woman was arrested Friday and charged with ID theft and forgery.

Preventing ID theft is not easy, but there are ways to help in the unfortunate circumstance you become a victim.  Check your bank accounts regularly as well as your credit card statements.  In this case, hire only reputable employees to enter your house.

Hiring a leader in ID theft protection, LifeLock, will help in the unfortunate case you become a victim. With we have the most current codes available for LifeLock protection.  It is never too late to protect yourself from ID theft.