Identity Theft Statistics: Do You Fall into One of These Groups

Identity theft continues to be a problem in the United States with the Federal Trade Commission recording over 2.5 million fraud complaints, including 783 data breaches and 332,646 identity theft complaints in 2014. While Congress is looking to introduce new legislature to help diminish the impact of data breaches that lead to personal identifying information being stolen, identity theft will continue to […]

Apartment Background Check Information

Prior to a landlord or a property manager allowing an individual or a family to rent an empty apartment, they will typically make the potential tenant sign and give permission for the potential landlord to do a tenant background check. Each landlord or property management will have their own criteria that is used to evaluate whether a tenant […]

UFC Champion Jon Jones Arrested in Connection With Hit-and-Run Crash

An arrest warrant was released by the Alberqurque Police Department for Jon Jones in connection to a hit-and-run accident that occurred Sunday. The Albuquerque Police Department said UFC light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones turned himself in on Monday without incidence. He was released from the Bernalillo County Metro Detention Center after posting $2,500 bail and will be facing a felony charge of leaving […]

Intuit Facing Potential Class Action Suit Over TurboTax Security and Identity Theft

Intuit, the creator of popular tax-filing software TurboTax, is having a rough year. The company got off to a bad start when tax authorities from several states detected a large number of suspicious filings from TurboTax users, causing the company to halt state filing and then federal filings for a few days. The mess triggered an investigation […]