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Discouraging ID Theft

People travel for different reasons, but their potential risks are the same. Whether you're on a mandatory business trip, traveling with a group or jetting off on a vacation you've been planning for years, you could let your guard down. 

Identity thieves know this. Actually, they count on it.

According the the Federal Trade Commission, each year 9 million Americans are victims of identity theft. Unraveling the damage of identity theft is a difficult feat that makes an impact. Smart travel tactics can help defend against this frustrating crime.

From what travelers choose to bring with them or leave at home, to what they post on social media and where they get online while abroad, there are a host of steps your clients can take to protect themselves. 

For a range of tips to share with your clients, click here to read this article in the digital edition of Groups Today magazine.



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