US agencies seek responses to identity theft guidance


Washington, DC -- It was, the victim confessed, a nightmare. First the credit card bills started arriving, for accounts that she and her husband had never opened. Then phone calls from bill collectors began.

The woman in question is a physician, her husband a computer software programmer, and they had handled their finances very carefully since marrying and moving to New England. She said, in an interview with OpRisk , she had darker moments, when she thought that they might lose their house.


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