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Workshop offers tips to avoid identity theft

Recent cases leave seniors feeling vulnerable

By Robert Knox
Globe Correspondent / August 14, 2005

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Karen Leonard knows identity theft can happen to anyone. The Brockton native used to get as many as three calls a night from collection agencies after someone stole her Social Security number in 2003, opened five credit card accounts, and ran up over $45,000 in charges. (Full article: 851 words)

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