Back in 1938, the head of a wallet manufacturing company in Lockport, New York thought it’d be a great idea to show how well his new wallets could hold the then-new Social Security cards being issued to Americans. His sample card used his secretary’s real social security number (078-05-1120) and as you can guess,…
Identity theft is a huge black market industry, costing US consumers $1.52 billion in 2011 and stealing headlines all last year. Here are five habits that all but guarantee you'll become just another statistic in 2013—and how to break them.
Your wallet is packed tight with the essentials of your daily life. Your money. Your credit cards. All the points accrued from so many sandwiches at SUBWAY®. You can't lose all that!
This case is a bit Jerry Springer, but interesting nonetheless. Rochester Hills man Leon Walker has been charged with unlawfully reading his wife's emails—which showed she was having an affair with her violent second husband.