Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Veteran's Identity Stolen for Fourth Time in a Year


A Cape Coral [Florida] veteran is afraid he could become the victim of identity theft again after learning Monday his personal information had been stolen for the fourth time in a year - this time from a state agency.

Bill Trowler got a letter from the Florida Department of Revenue Monday saying his information had been stolen from a database.

"I felt first of all shock. You can't believe it happened because you think it doesn't happen to you," said Trowler.

But it has happened to Trowler four times in the last year. It started when he got caught up in the largest identity theft case in U.S. history.

More here.

(Props, Flying Hamster.)


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