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The Credit Line: Extreme Identity Theft, and How to Reduce Your Risk

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Tune in to this week’s installment of The Credit Line, hosted by Credit.com’s chairman and co-founder Adam Levin on Los Angeles’ KFWB 980 AM this Saturday, June 25th, at 9 a.m. PST/Noon EST.

The show is co-hosted by L.A. radio personality Jeff Levy.

When Identity Theft Takes Over Your Life

Imagine discovering that someone has been running up tens of thousands of dollars of medical debt, stealing Social Security benefits and committing many other crimes—all in your name. It sounds like a story fit for a Hollywood thriller—unfortunately for one woman, it’s been her daily reality for seven years. She joins us this week to tell us about her ordeal of discovering the crime, and trying to clear her name.

Call in with your questions

Do you have a question or a personal story about identity theft?  Adam Levin and Jeff Levy are ready to take your calls live this Saturday June 25 at 9 a.m. PST/Noon EST, at 888-539-2980.

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    It is important that we monitor our credit bills. To avoid identity theft, we must report any doubtful credit report. Be alert at all times.

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