Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft, Part 2

Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft, Part 2

The incidence of identity theft is on the rise. In fact, according to the Aite Group, 47% of Americans experienced financial identity theft in 2020. However, there are plenty of things you can do to protect yourself and your financial records from would-be hackers.

Jason Norton, DuTrac’s Senior Vice President of Marketing, recently talked with WQAD about ways you can protect your financial accounts.

Watch to learn more about placing a freeze on your credit report, the benefits of previewing emails before opening, and what to be wary of if you receive a phone call asking for your financial information.

Be sure and watch Part 1 for even more helpful tips.

If you suspect your DuTrac debit or credit card account has been compromised, contact us for 24/7 card support. You can also visit IdentityTheft.Gov for information on reporting identity theft and recovery steps.