Identity fraud hit an all-time high in 2017
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A record-high 16.7 million US adults experienced identity fraud in 2017, marking an 8% increase from the year before, according to Javelin's 2018 Identity Fraud study.

While fraud is at an all-time high, the rate of growth halved from the 16% uptick seen between 2015 and 2016. But that doesn't mean the threat is gone — 30% of US...


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