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Beware of Scams and Other Internet Fraud

Scams are a reality of shopping online and offline. Zillow strives to provide a safe online community, but you should always be wary of giving personal information, financial information, or payments of any kind to people you don’t know personally. Important: If you find a fraudulent listing o...
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With Fair Housing, Better Bring the Umbrella

Apartment communities seeking to protect themselves from the storm that can come from fair housing violations in Madison, Wis., better take along an umbrella. Madison is considered to be the country’s leader when it comes to protected classes, touting at least 24, according to Nadeen Green, Senior...
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Identity theft hit an all-time high in 2016

Despite years of battling by the financial industry and a massive change in the way Americans use debit and credit cards, the rate of identity theft soared during 2016, a new report has found. In fact, it hit an all-time high. An estimated 15.4 million consumers were hit with some kind of ID theft l...
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What Are Identity Theft and Identity Fraud?

What Are Identity Theft and Identity Fraud? Identity theft and identity fraud are terms used to refer to all types of crime in which someone wrongfully obtains and uses another person’s personal data in some way that involves fraud or deception, typically for economic gain. What are the Most C...
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Building Credit History While Stemming ID Theft

Student housing communities can help college students with the serious matters of building credit history and ID theft protection. In the popular imagination, college is a time of endless merriment. Four years of hanging out with new friends (perhaps more if you have too much of a good time), cheeri...
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