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Identity theft happens when someone gains unauthorized access to your personal information and uses your information to commit fraud or other crimes.CorrectIncorrect
Identity theft can only happen to you if you have a credit card.CorrectIncorrect
Skimming is when a thief steals your debit or credit card information by attaching a device to ATM, point of sale, or card reader devices.CorrectIncorrect
It is a good idea to use the same password for all your accounts so that it helps you remember your passwords.CorrectIncorrect
You can get your free credit report once a year from annualcreditreport.com.CorrectIncorrect
You only need to contact one credit bureau to freeze your credit.CorrectIncorrect
Credit monitoring companies help monitor your credit report activity, usually for a fee.CorrectIncorrect
A warning sign you may have become a victim of identity theft is; charges or withdrawals appear on your bank or credit card statement that you did not make.CorrectIncorrect
You can contact any one of the three credit bureaus to request a one-year fraud alert.CorrectIncorrect
It is not necessary to file a police report if you become a victim.CorrectIncorrect