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Jacquelyn Lynn is a business writer whose dynamic books and insightful articles have been helping business owners and managers work smarter and more profitably for more than two decades. She is the author of Entrepreneur’s Almanac, Online Shopper’s Survival Guide and co-author of Make Big Profits on eBay, as well as a regular contributor to Entrepreneur magazine. For more information and for the link to her business blog, visit www.jacquelynlynn.com.

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Thursday, June 29, 2006

Can car shopping make you a victim of identity theft?

It seems so innocent – and understandable. You’re shopping for a car, you want to take a test drive, and the salesperson asks for your driver’s license. It makes sense that they would need to know who you are and confirm that you are indeed a licensed driver before they let you behind the wheel of one of their cars.

But the potential problem lies in the fact that some dealers will make a photocopy of your license, and if that photocopy gets into the wrong hands, you could be at risk of being a victim of identity theft.

Click here to learn how to protect your private information when car shopping.

Jacquelyn Lynn


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