Fraud and Identity Theft
The most common examples of theft include credit card fraud, phone or utility fraud, bank fraud, employment-related fraud, government document or benefit fraud and loan fraud.
In the U.S. the total annual fraud cost was $20.6 billion in 2012.*
Fraud and identity theft are not strictly online crimes. Some of the most successful thieves employ low-tech methods such as stealing your mail, checking your garbage for receipts and statements or grabbing your purse or wallet.
Find out how you can help protect yourself or your business: