Whether it’s within a profile or getting acquainted with someone through messaging, revealing too much information on online dating sites could put you at risk of identity theft. Here are tips from the experts at LifeLock:
Do you want to go on a date? If the answer is yes, you, along with 40 million Americans, have likely joined an online or mobile dating site. But as with any online behavior, people should keep the risk of sharing personally identifiable information (PII) top of mind.
We’re proud to be supporting #LifeSmarts as it kicks off its 22nd season! LifeSmarts is a free, national consumer literacy program that prepares the next generation of consumers and workers with the skills they need to become successful adults.
In this LifeLock UnLocked post, our friends at the Identity Theft Resource Center offer information that may help parents keep their kid’s identity safe as they head back to school. Parents: are you ready for your own Back to School education? Back to school time is here, and planning is essential to get your children off …
Protecting Your Identity in an Always-Connected World
LifeLock® identity theft protection provides you with more protection than credit monitoring, and watches out for you in ways banks and credit card companies just can’t. It’s proactive and professional identity theft protection for today’s always-connected world.
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