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Identity Theft
It can happen to anyone. The "great deal" the salesperson promised you isn't so great. The job the contractor guaranteed took twice as long and is costing twice as much. The new and improved product you just bought breaks the second time you use it. Where can you turn for help?

Information and tips on how to avoid being a victim of identity theft and what to do if you are. by Chris Walz

Information provided by the Federal Trade Commission on how to safeguard your online shopping transactions.

Most identity theft occurs off line and is conducted by friends, relatives and others who the victim knows, contrary to many reports that the crime is committed anonymously through computers, according to the 2005 Identity Fraud Survey Report.

This article is about the benefits of getting a military ID card, and the services, activities, discounts, and facilities associated with it. Mentions DD1172 (DD 1172), and links to RAPIDS, DEERS, and the DoD regulations on ID cards. This article is about the benefits of getting a military ID card, and the services, activities, discounts, and facilities associated with it. Mentions DD1172 (DD 1172), and links to RAPIDS, DEERS, and the DoD regulations on ID cards.

This article is about what military members and family members should do if they lose their I.D. cards. Website links include the RAPIDS office locator, Navy Personnel Command Benefits and Eligibility, and LIFELines articles "The Ins and Outs of the Military ID Card," "Identity Theft: A Secret Crime," and "When Both Parents Are Active Duty With Children."