Is Your Facebook Profile Attracting ID Thieves?

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Are you aware the information you supply in your Facebook profile could be bringing Identity Thieves? For more information read http://www.newhorizon.org/credit-info/is-your-facebook-profile-attracting-id-thieves/

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Is Your Facebook Profile Attracting ID Thieves

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Have you got a Facebook account

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According to the Facebook Press theres an estimated 500 million active users of Facebook throughout the world.

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50 of these users log on to FB at least once per week 70 lives outside America and most of them spend around 700 billion minutes per month on FB.

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Although Social Networking Websites like Facebook are mainly used to touch base with friends relatives and other personal contacts

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are you aware the information you supply in your profile could be bringing Identity Thieves

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most folks on Facebook give away their fundamental information on their profile

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for example birth date birthplace schools attended associations and other similar details which are commonly used as challenge questions in getting a lost password in your private e-mail account online stores and bank sites.

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So the next time you login to your Facebook account see to it that your identity is protected against ID theft.

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Do not post your exact birth date birth place address and phone number in your profile page.

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Use privacy controls to limit access to your pages.

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