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Protect Yourself From Identify Theft

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Don't let the cons steal your identity: watch AARP Live for tips.

Stealing your ID, Stealing your Life: Using small bits of information found in your car, or your mailbox, con artists can steal your identity and your life.

They troll parking lots and neighborhoods waiting for any opportunity to take your personal information and ruin your financial life. On the next AARP Live, convicted cons share their secrets for stealing your identity and our experts tell you how to protect your good name and your pocket book.

Join AARP Vermont state director, Greg Marchildon, AARP Regional Vice President, Sarah Jennings and AARP Washington state director, Doug Shadel on March 17 as they offer tips and information to help you protect yourself and your family from identity theft.
If you’ve got a question or a story about how you keep your personal information safe - we want to hear from you! Join the conversation by calling in live at 877-283-7570, or send a Tweet to @AARPLive. Plus, four lucky callers will have the chance to win a Tarter Galvanized Water Tank. Rules apply.
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