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Credit.com in the news 6/15/13

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This week the experts from Credit.com contributed to various news outlets on subjects including identity theft, smartphone security and work place privacy. Check out the hits…

Credit.com chairman and co-founder, Adam Levin spoke to MainStreet about the dangers of discarding your smartphone before deleting the data from them. @Mainstr @Adam_K_Levin

Adam also spoke to MarketWatch about how privacy should no longer be expected at the work place. @MarketWatch

Adam talked to WTOP about how we become susceptible to identity theft when we take out the garbage or answer a call from a telemarketer. @WTOP

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