After failing to pay rent, tax preparer Mary Calhoun was evicted and abandoned thousands of papers with sensitive information such as birthdates, social security numbers and bank information.
Online retailers Zappos.com and parent company Amazon.com are being sued in Kentucky by a Texas woman alleging she was harmed by the release of personal account information.
A federal jury in Dallas has convicted two men in a $20 million telecommunications scam in which homeless people were paid for use of their identities.
Geraldine Zillions carries has two social security cards. She uses one. A criminal uses one.
An American Eagle Airlines flight attendant bound for DFW is in a Florida Jail after police say he stole another man’s identity to land a job that took him around the world.
Several state agencies exposed the personal information of 3.5 million Texans last year, including Social Security Numbers, birth dates, and driver’s license numbers.
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) wants you to stay away from a North Texas identity theft company. The Fort Worth BBB gives Granbury-based Identityflash.com a rating of “F”.
A young man from North Texas says has big plans for his future but he’s afraid he could go to jail for something he didn’t do.
What not to say on facebook and other social networking sites.