How Identity Theft Can Affect Your Financial Stability

29 February 2016

When an identity thief is able to successfully assume your identity, not only can it wreak havoc on your life, but it can also do significant damage to your financial stability. With unauthorized access to your accounts, identity thieves often open new lines of credit in your name, racking up substantial debt that they neglect Read More…

Top 10 Security Apps

29 February 2016

With the amount of sensitive information stored on our phones and in our apps, our smartphones have become one of the greatest liabilities to our identity. Even still, very few people take proactive steps to secure the contents of their phones the way they would a desktop or laptop computer. Here are 10 apps you Read More…

How to Check Your Credit Report for ID Theft

29 February 2016

When it comes to protecting your identity, one of the most commonly cited strategies is to regularly review your credit file. However, according to a 2015 report by the Bank of Montreal, more than half of Canadians have never checked their credit. For those who don’t have experience checking their credit reports, it can be Read More…

Protecting Your Savings from Identity Thieves

29 February 2016

For many Canadians, a list of their most valuable assets would include retirement savings. However, when protecting their identity, many focus their efforts on insulating themselves from credit fraud, ignoring the security of their more long-term accounts. One reason priorities so often stack up this way is the threat ID thieves can pose to a Read More…

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