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Friday, December 17, 2004
  Lessons in identify theft
Just because you haven't seen changes in your credit card doesn't mean your identity hasn't been stolen:

Geekward Ho: So very casually: "I'm talking to a credit-check person on the phone; he's asking for, if possible, a photocopy of my Social Insurance Number card. I explain that I don't carry the card because I've had it stolen twice and never bothered after that. 'Ah yes,' he says, 'the file mentions that your social insurance number has been used by many other people.'"
 


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