Identity theft is a big problem in the United States. Cyber criminals have been hacking into big data banks to pilfer personal information, including financial data, for many years.
When someone passes away, their family members have a lot of emotional, financial, and legal issues to sort through. One death-related complication you might not anticipate is the identity theft of your recently departed relative.
With rising numbers of identity theft and cybercrime, ensuring that your online life is organized and secure is more important than ever. This season, give your digital life the same kind of Spring cleaning you’d do in the physical world.
A Southern California woman has taken online dating fraud to new levels. The woman, Maria Christina Johnson, used online dating matches to get access to her victims’ homes.