How do identity thieves steal your money?


by Steven Davies on Aug 22, 2013 | Views: 187 | Score: 0
Identity theft victimizationsFinancial loss
Existing credit card5431.8
Other existing account25.617.4
Personal information929.4
Multiple types11.421.4
Type of identity theft
% of identity theft victimizations/financial loss
Sources: bjs.gov
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Steven Davies
Steven Davies on Aug 22, 2013 3:52 PM said:

The most common type of identity theft is stealing information from an existing credit card, accounting for 54% of identity theft victimizations in the U.S. in 2010. The least common type of identity theft is stealing personal information (9% of cases), but this type of theft accounted for 29.4% of total financial loss.