Thursday, January 7, 2010

Safeguarding Our Identity

I saw a movie about a woman who met this very problematic person and since then, her life was ruined. The main character is the victim who had a nice job, a nice house and a husband. She is working as a teacher but, the impostor woman is very envious of what she has and tried to steal her identity. The teacher's bank account has so many charges and she received demand letters from banks that she never has opened an account. She reported the incident to the authority but it took her years to clean up the mess of which the impostor committed. She was even arrested in the airport and her life was totally devastated. The movie has a happy ending because she finally taken her life back when the woman was apprehended. Because of this problem, there are companies that offer help to the victims. But, not all companies are committed to help. We need to safeguard our identity and if worst happened; make sure that complaints should reach the right authority. There are organizations that focus on helping victims not to be victimized again.

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