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Most people wouldn't dream of leaving home without locking the door. But just because thieves are deterred from going inside your house doesn't mean that you're totally protected from identity theft at home. As long as your mail and garbage are easily accessible, you're at risk!
Mail theft occurs when thieves take mail from individual mailboxes, apartment mailbox panels, collection boxes, and even postal trucks. Garbage theft occurs when thieves steal from garbage and recycling bags, cans, and bins stored outside of the house or left at the curb for pickup.
In both cases, thieves are typically searching for checks, credit card applications, bank account statements, and other documents with personal information they can use to their advantage.
Fortunately, there are a few simple things you can do to help protect your identity at home.
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