Ask the Expert: How Can I Avoid Medical Identity Theft When Getting the Flu Shot?
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It’s also a good idea to carefully monitor all of your financial statements and review your credit reports at least once per year. And if you go to a clinic that has you sign in with a computer, use a strong password—a mix of upper- and lowercase letters, numbers, symbols, and punctuation makes your passwords harder to crack.
—Experian’s ProtectMyID is a full-service provider of identity theft detection, protection, and fraud resolution solutions. For more information and other tips to protect your identity, visit protectmyid.com.
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