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Posted: Nov 30 2007, 08:19 AM
Member No.: 378
Joined: 20-October 06
(WASHINGTON) — A government survey released this week questions the conventional wisdom that identity theft is a growing problem in the U.S.
But don't toss out your shredder just yet. Consumer advocates are not convinced the Federal Trade Commission numbers are accurate, though they do agree on a key point highlighted in a footnote of the agency's report: the difficulty in coming up with a reliable assessment of the problem.
Whole story at TIME.com