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In this age of internet and mobile phones our personal data has never been more vulnerable. Identity theft is an increasing problem and it can be difficult to know how to protect ourselves. Here is a comprehensive website designed to answer your questions and provide the best guide online to safeguarding yourself against this devastating fraud.
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Latest Comments
  • Bubbles48
    Re: Your National Insurance Number
    I have recently been applying for jobs online having been made redundant from my previous job. The application usually requests…
    17 April 2015
    Re: Q & A: Reporting Identity Theft
    I have used my National Insurance Number on the 16th of December 2015 take it home back and it gone missing. I was having…
    13 April 2015
  • AboutIdentityTheft
    Re: What is Identity Theft Fraud Alert?
    @CIAWA - you are probably better speaking to the HMRC directly. The National Insurance enquiries number is 0300 200 3500.…
    11 March 2015
    Re: What is Identity Theft Fraud Alert?
    I was wondering what should i do if suspect that someone is using my national insurance number ? how do i find out if my…
    9 March 2015
  • AboutIdentityTheft
    Re: ATM Skimming: Copying your Details
    @JJ - you would have to ring HMRC directly in order to report it and to be issued with a new card.
    5 March 2015
  • Ben
    Re: Your National Insurance Number
    @Lfg - you need to contact Action Fraud if you think your identity has been stolen. BB
    3 March 2015
  • AboutIdentityTheft
    Re: Your National Insurance Number
    @MAG - I have included an NI Direct article regarding what you can do if you think your identity may have been stolen, here. I…
    2 March 2015
  • Lfg
    Re: Your National Insurance Number
    I too have been totally stupid and given my dob and ni details over phone, they already had my name and address I also gave past…
    28 February 2015
  • MAG
    Re: Your National Insurance Number
    I have been stupid and gave my national insurance number over the phone and my date of birth can this be used by someone else as…
    26 February 2015
  • AboutIdentityTheft
    Re: How to Avoid Online Fraud
    @Hettpole - E-mailing payslips without a password is insecure, although if you have an individual password on your computer it is less…
    26 January 2015
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