Social Media Behaviors Put Consumers at Greater Risk for Identity Fraud

The 2012 Identity Fraud Report: Social Media and Mobile Forming the New Fraud Frontier , released today by Javelin Strategy & Research (www.javelinstrategy.com), reports that in 2011 identity fraud increased by 13 percent. More than 11.6 million adults became a victim of identity fraud in the United States, while the dollar amount stolen held steady. The report also took the nation’s most comprehensive quantitative look at consumer behavior and fraud and found consumers’ social media and

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