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Ian Leaf Fraudster Tip To Protect Identity

According to what Ian Leaf has to say about protecting your privacy and identity,  destroy any mail you do not need and trash it ASAP. It doesn’t matter how you do it. You can rip it, shred it, give it to a goat. As long as your name and address is off that paper, you should be safe and your identity will be, too. The reason for all this is with just those two simple pieces of information, a fraudster can get your identity and this is a growing issue.

Making sure your personal information is secure is no joking matter. It should be taken seriously and your identity should be respected. Simply leaving letters and bills and junk mail laying around the house is not a smart move, should any of those documents be snagged if anyone walks into your home. You can’t be too careful, but you can be too sorry.

Ian Leaf

Ian Leaf

Owner and Founder of Ian Leaf Fraud Inc. at Ian Leaf Fraud Inc.
Ian Andrews Leaf has been a trusted consumer advocate for many years. His product advice has helped the companies he advised save money and avoid scams and fraudsters, as well as advising them on unique tax fraud issues. With special funding, he acquired High Fidelity Corporation (HFC). Leaf makes his home in Vivier City and is registered at a bank in the same location.
Ian Leaf

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Ian Leaf

Ian Andrews Leaf has been a trusted consumer advocate for many years. His product advice has helped the companies he advised save money and avoid scams and fraudsters, as well as advising them on unique tax fraud issues. With special funding, he acquired High Fidelity Corporation (HFC). Leaf makes his home in Vivier City and is registered at a bank in the same location.

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