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Identity Fraud Solicitors

Identity fraud or theft can be narrated as the use of that stolen identity in criminal activity to obtain utilities by the action of deceiving someone.”

Fraudsters can use your Identity details too:

  • Open bank accounts.
  • Obtain credit cards, loans, and state benefits.
  • Order goods in your name.
  • Take over your existing accounts.
  • Take out mobile phone contracts.
  • Obtain genuine documents such as passports and driving licenses in your name.
  • Stealing an individual’s identity details does not, on its own, constitute identity fraud. But using that identity for any of the above activities does. 

Information sought

Identity robber is looking for the following information from the target users:

  • Full Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Social Insurance Numbers
  • Full Address
  • Mother’s Maiden name
  • Username and Password for online services
  • Driver’s License Number
  • Personal Identification Numbers (PIN)
  • Credit Card Information (numbers, expiry dates and the last three digits printed on the signature panel)
  • Bank Account Numbers
  • Signature
  • Passport Number

Types of Fraud

Identity Fraud and Identity Theft

Identity theft is when your personal details are stolen and identity fraud is when those details are used to accomplish fraud.

A-Z of Fraud

To help understand which fraud you have been affected by, we have distinguished them into an alphabetical list.

Online Fraud

Some fraudsters rely on the internet to accomplish their crimes. There are various internet frauds are available that results in a big crime.

Individual Fraud

Individual fraud could be any fraud that targets a person directly.

Corporate Fraud

Corporate fraud can be any fraud committed against a business.

Advance Fee Fraud

Advance fee fraud is when fraudsters target fatality to make advance or beforehand payments for goods, services and/or financial gains that do not emerge.

Facts About Identity Theft Fraud

  • Identity theft techniques can range from unsophisticated, such as dumpster diving and mail theft, to more elaborate schemes.
  • Technology, mainly the Internet, facilitates more elaborate schemes, such as skimming, phishing, and hacking as criminals gather profiles of potential victims. Computer spyware and viruses, designed to help thieves acquire personal information, are an emerging trend.
  • Victims of identity theft or fraud can experience financial loss and difficulty obtaining credit or restoring their “good name”.
  • The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre(CAFC) maintains statistics on the complaints they receive.
  • In 2009, the CACF received identity fraud reports from 11,095 Canadian victims, totalling a loss of more than 10 million dollars. This represents an increase of more than 1 million dollars of what was reported in 2008. Payment card fraud was the most commonly reported incident, and yet, many instances of identity theft and fraud go unreported.

How can you find out if your identity was stolen

The best way to find out is to monitor your hard copy or on-line financial accounts frequently and to check your credit report regularly for any unusual activities. If you receive calls from collection agencies about unfamiliar accounts, or if you applied for credit and were unexpectedly turned down, you should explore further.

Who can You contact for advice? | MB Law Ltd Solicitors can help You Regarding This

Please feel free to contact our Team of Regulatory lawyers who specialise in all the above-described matters related to Identity Theft Fraud. Here MB Law Solicitors provide you with experienced solicitors.

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