How to Avoid Identity Theft and Scams After Natural DisastersApril 27, 2020
In 2019, the world suffered through 820 natural disasters, including floods, storms, fires and earthquakes. In the U.S. 14 different disasters each caused more than one billion dollars in losses—it was the fifth consecutive year with more than 10 billion-dollar disasters.
In the aftermath of disasters, a different kind of danger lurks—identity theft and disaster scams. In the chaos and confusion, identity thieves swipe unsecured personal information and scammers target disaster victims.
Review our infographic below to learn about the impact of natural disasters. Your best defense is a solid disaster plan that also considers identity protection. Start making your plan today.
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