Identity theft is a major problem and it’s so “puzzling” why so many choose to steal other people’s identity. Perhaps they’re not pleased with their own but no. The identity theft is leans more towards wanting to gain but not in their own name. To gain what belongs to another. Financial and for some revenge. A lot of people are uncomfortable in their own skin. Some choose to steal identities because they’re not mentally healthy. For some they’ve been forced to do so.
It’s amazing how many people can steal identities and continue on as if they’re living criminal free lives. Some will risk it all just to have apart of another person’s life. Another amazing thing is even when the person’s are exposed they’ll continue on as if they have every right to do what they’re doing. Identity theft is certainly a headache for financial institutions. Don’t be surprised about who’s involved in some identity theft schemes. Sometime sit’s individuals who are in powerful positions.
In the cases of power. Some choose to steal the identity of another to irritate the person or persons. In a lot cases simply revenge. The individuals could be upset about something and to try and get back at the persons involved. They commit identity theft. “Technology” makes it easy for some of these knuckle heads to commit such acts. Identity theft falls under cyber crimes when committed online. One an identity has been stolen. It’s difficult to solve all of the issues related to identity theft.
Some may not be aware of the identity theft until later on. By then the crooks have run havoc over a person’s identity. There’s so many victims and unfortunately so many who never receive any assistance with solving the matters. Some end up investigating as citizens and finding the “clues” needed to solve the case. Shouldn’t identity theft victims know who’s behind the theft? Yes citizens should.
Sometimes the culprits will harass the victim or victims trying to prevent any further action. Eventually the thieves will meet their match. depending on who’s committing such crimes. The law may or may not intervene. If not then citizens must do what’s necessary to protect their identity and to protect their personal information. “The cyber attacks are out of control.” Some companies help with identity theft. help commit the crimes. So sad. Some victims end up losing just about everything.
Being a victim of identity theft is no fun at all. There’s the constant monitoring. Trying to make sure there isn’t any further damage. There’s “corruption” all around and in a lot cases the crimes will b swept under the rug. Sometimes little to no investigating is involved because of fear of finding out more crimes were committed by the very ones who are in positions to protect.
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