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I recently had by SSN stolen by a hacker who stole over 18,000 SSN from my former school’s database. I guess the bottom line is that hackers are going to get what they want eventually. Let’s hope the FBI can find these guys.None the less, here is a link to a great resource to placing a fraud alert on your credit profile. I think it is good for only a certain period of time and then it expires. I regularly place fraud alerts on my credit history. It makes the credit reporting agencies call my cell phone whenever someone tries to establish credit in my name. You would think they would do this anyway, but they don’t.

http://identityalert.ucla.edu/what_you_can_do.htm

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