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How fraudsters use your Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter pages to build a jigsaw and steal your identity

 
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How fraudsters use your Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter pages to build a jigsaw and steal your identity
Social media users are inadvertently giving fraudsters all the information they need to steal their identities and take credit out in their names.

Victims who fail to guard their private information online are leaving themselves vulnerable to con artists reproducing a person’s identity using details spread across several popular websites.

Using personal details left sometimes unguarded on websites like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter – coupled with publicly-accessible information on websites like 192 – criminals are able to make false credit card, loan or overdraft applications and leave their victims saddled with the debt.

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11/15/2012 06:39 AM
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Re: How fraudsters use your Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter pages to build a jigsaw and steal your identity
Don't have any of it but my friend showed his fb wall and the info he posted was just ridiculous from his mobile number to his current job or jobs he applied for, address etc.

It's set to private but still if a hacker can get through the FBI server then fb is a cakewalk.

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