Posted on September 8th, 2009 No comments
Company seeking to promote its line of positioners.
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Herkules Touts Scissor Lift Positioner Systems
ITRC Letter Form 115-3 – When Both Parties Reach an Agreement to Resolve the Case This letter to be used when both parties privately reach an agreement with each other to resolve the case.
ITRC Letter Form 100-3 – To Credit Issuers Requesting a Fraudulent Inquiry to be Removed If an inquiry has been made to your credit report that you did not initiate, this is the letter form to send to that credit issuer to request they remove it from their records.
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Letter Form 100-3 – To Credit Issuers: Requesting a Fraudulent Inquiry to be Removed
ITRC Letter Form 100-2 – Confirmation of Conversation – Letter of Clearance
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Letter Form 100-2 – Confirmation of Conversation – Letter of Clearance
Letter Form 115-1 – A Letter from the Victim to the Credit Issuer when the imposter will not cooperate
ITRC Letter Form 115-1 – A Letter from the Victim to the Credit Issuer when the imposter will not cooperate
Did you know your “friends” on Facebook can share your private info without your knowledge?
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Facebook Quizzes: Sharing Your Private Data
Letter Form 100-1 – Initial Victim of Identity Theft Statement and Fraudulent Account Information Request to Credit Issuers or Merchants
Letter Form 100-1 Send this letter to Merchants who appear on your credit report to request information on the fraudulent account that has been opened.
…The BBB is concerned that this may be the result of a data breach. Thousands of people may have had their personal information compromised, and given the scammers’ tactics, it appears that those who have previously used payday loan services could be particularly at risk.
Phony debt collectors raise fear of national data breach
All five patches plug holes that allow remote code execution, indicating that hackers could remotely exploit the vulnerabilities by launching malicious code to infiltrate users’ PCs. Hackers often execute information-stealing malware for identity-theft activities, typically enticing users to click on infected links or visit a malicious site through some kind of social engineering scheme.
Posted on September 5th, 2009 No comments
Mitsubishi Corporation data loss incident circa 2009-09-05
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52000 Customers Credit Card Details Lost From Hacked Server