Anti-identity-theft huckster has had identity stolen at least 13 times

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7 Responses to “Anti-identity-theft huckster has had identity stolen at least 13 times”

  1. Xenu says:

    1. Who falls for this crap? The company is obviously a fraud, how dumb can consumers be?

    2. Considering that it’s an obvious fraud, why is the company allowed to advertise on TV? At the very least, shouldn’t the FCC pull the plug on this guy?

    • dequeued says:

      The same gullible (usually poor) people who buy computer from Blue Hippo.

      People who find learning anything new to be painful.

      People who probably think very highly of themselves…

  2. jdollak says:

    I did a search for his number.
    I found, including him, 16 names using his number.
    The highlights include “Java T Hut” and “Gaylord Focker” using his number.

  3. acb says:

    Maricopa County Jail? That’s the one run by Joe Arpaio, isn’t it? I wonder whether they had him breaking rocks in the desert dressed in a pink tutu or something.

  4. Anonymous says:

    No amount of data encryption or monitoring can replace good ol’ common sense…don’t put your SSN on TV. Simple. http://blog.itag.com/422/lifelock-stolen-identity/

  5. AnthonyC says:

    If nothing else, this demonstrates why the SSN was never intended or designed to be a form of identification.

  6. pentomino says:

    I think someone told Todd that if you paint your social security number on the side of a van, it looks to everyone else like ***-**-****.

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