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As we all know, protecting our personal financial information is important, and identity thieves are always on the lookout for names, social security numbers, bank account numbers and the like. Because of the increasing complexity of firewalls and other data protection software at banks, insurance companies, and other traditional repositories of financial information, identity thieves are increasingly turning the hacking efforts to other less-secure spots, like restaurants, retail outlets and social networking sites.

You just can’t be too cautious in your handling of your financial information, and we should all be vigilant about not divulging that information to others over the phone, through emails, or in other communications. One way to ensure that your information is safe is to place a credit freeze on your account through the three credit repositories, and/or to obtain and review your credit report on a regular basis. The website www.annualcreditreport.com will allow you to obtain a free credit report from each Equifax, TransUnion and Experian every twelve months. If you stagger your requests so that you request a report from one of the bureaus every four months, you will have up-to-date information all year long. If there are any discrepancies on your report, address them immediately.

Maintaining a strong credit profile will enable you to obtain the best rates for mortgages, car loans, and other financial products.

If you need help refinancing your mortgage, please feel free to contact me at 888/627-2002 at any time.

Protect Your Financial Information Leave a reply inShare As we all know, protecting our personal financial information is important, and identity thieves are always on the lookout for names, social security numbers, bank account numbers and the like. Because of the increasing complexity of firewalls and other data protection software at banks, insurance companies, and […]

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