Ceta recommends brokers sell ID insurance

“Identity theft insurance is not expensive,” said CETA’s managing director, David Quick. “A good policy can provide peace of mind and be of practical assistance to victims of identity fraud.

“Many organisations do not appear to look after customers’ records well and this, combined with the resourcefulness of criminals, is leaving many people in fear of identity fraud happening to them. Last week the Financial Services Authority said that card losses from internet, phone and mail fraud totaled

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