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If You File Taxes Online, Watch For Identity Thieves [AUDIO]

Filing your tax returns electronically is becoming more and more popular, but doing so can be risky.

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Protecting NJ Identity Theft Victims

An Assembly committee today has unanimously approved a bill that would establish a process for a victim of identity theft to notify a debt collector of their status and requires the debt collector to cease collection activities until a determination is made by the debt collector as to whether the consumer is in fact responsible for the debt in question.

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NJ Sandy Victim Accused of Ripping Off Good Samaritan

Police say a suburban Philadelphia woman who helped a former classmate left homeless after superstorm Sandy got ripped off for her trouble.

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A New Generation Of Fake ID’s And Licenses Pose Security Risks [AUDIO]

Homeland Security officials and State Motor Vehicles Agencies are worried about a new generation of phony driver's licenses and I-D's that can get past the newest digital security systems.

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NJ Man Charged with Using Dead Tax Preparer’s ID

Federal authorities have charged a New Jersey man with using the identification of a deceased tax preparer to fill out fraudulent tax returns.

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Millions of Deceased People Fall Victim to Identity Theft [AUDIO]

It seems you are not safe even when you're dead! A California-based company called I-D Analytics found nearly 2.5 million people who are deceased are annual victims of identity theft.

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NJ Bill Would Help Victims Fight Online ID Theft

A New Jersey legislator is pushing for tougher penalties to address online identity theft. The "Digital Impersonation Prevention Act" would expand and increase punishments for offenders.

Assemblyman Ruben Ramos, Jr

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NJ Judge: Case of Fake Facebook Profile Can Proceed

A case of breaking up in the Internet age is going to move forward in a New Jersey courtroom.

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Making A Fake Facebook Profile For An Ex: Was A Crime Committed?

A Belleville woman who allegedly created a fake Facebook account for her ex boyfriend was indicted last year on one count of fourth-degree identity theft.

The indictment and court papers allege that, 41 year old Dana Thornton created a Facebook page using ex-Boyfriend, Parsippany Detective Michael Lasalandra's name and birth date. She we

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