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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Dani, Aug 11, 2001.
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go to http://www.accurint.com and check out what a company can obtain. You would be surprised. Having a few connections with friends that do collection work it's amazing yet scary. This company will allow a search, with proper credentials of course, that will yield your name, social, all known past addresses, property value, the names and ssn of your family members, oh it goes on...look at the sample on this website. Also checkout http://www.anybirthday.com and just enter your first and last name (forget the zip code) and see how many people have similar names (a weapon to use against the CRAs) and/or birthdates. Weekend will get better!!
Wow! scarey! privacy doesn't exist anymore.
And my employer maintains employee records on an unprotected networked database with names, SSN, addresses, and DOBs. That's probably enough for identity theft these days. I look at my credit reports often just to be safe.
How awful. All you need is a first and last name and you can find out anything on anyone. Our so called "privacy" is a candy store for criminals. The problem is that creditors, employers, courts want your social security # for everything. Technically, only the federal government has a right to it since it was assigned to each individual to keep track of their social security payments. I try to use it as little as possible. I have even changed my driver's license # so retailers don't have access to my entire financial past. To be perfectly honest, I'm amazed that isn't a much higher case of identity fraud. Thanks for the information Kitty it was an eye opener.
I'm sorry Kittw1, not Kitty. See what happens when I don't wear my contacts.
...AND YOU "NEED" TO GIVE SS# TO POLICE WHEN YOU WITNESS AN ACCIDENT?
...The insurance investigator calls...SS#
...Sign up for SAMS...SS#
...Go sign up for college classes...SS#
...Register to vote...SS#
...Insurance for your car...SS#
YES, IT IS A SORE SPOT!!!!
Just makes you wanna tell a whole bunch of lies doesn't it? LOL