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How to avoid or recover from identity theft


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  • Website: Government of Ontario
  • Resource type: General web page

Summary - The message of this resource is:

Identity theft can be a serious threat to your personal and financial information. This resource can help you stay safe. It can also help you if you have been a victim of identity theft.


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fraud, financial harm, police


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Step 2 - Transparency

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Step 3 - Usability

Is the information easy to understand and easy to use?


Rated on: 1/14/2020 8:55:54 AM

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