Identity fraudsters

Experian has warned that senior level employees within commercial organisations are at significant risk of being targeted by identity fraudsters. More than 6,000 victims reported cases of identity fraud to Experian during 2007, compared with just over 3,500 in 2006 - a 66% increase. In general, Experian said typical identity fraud victims are aged between 26 and 45 and are among the highest income earners, working in a professional occupation with their own home. Those earning more than £50,000

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