Preventing Holiday Identity Theft
Ensuring the busy shopping season doesn’t put your data at risk.
Since consumers are generally distracted while purchasing gifts for their loved ones during the holidays, they often face an increased risk of identity theft. In fact, there are a multitude of measures an identity thief can take to take advantage of unsuspecting consumers. Whether you are shopping in-person with credit cards, shopping online, or making ATM debit withdrawals, there are steps you can take to prevent holiday identity theft.
The tips below can help reinforce the identity theft prevention strategy you have in place so you can ensure you keep your information safe during the holidays. And remember, if your holiday credit card issues are the result of overcharging rather than ID theft, we can help. Call Consolidated Credit today at (855) 782-3054 for a free debt analysis from a certified credit counselor.