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Identity theft is one of the fastest-growing crimes both in the U.S. and around the world. This form of fraud cost American businesses and consumers $400 million last year alone. Identity theft victims can spend months or even years in untangling the confusion, restore their credit rating and clearing their names. The first and most effective line of defense is with you.
SANTA FE – New federal guidelines allow banks and other financial institutions to report any suspected elder financial abuse to authorities in an expeditious manner without obtaining prior approval from elderly victims to release their personal information to appropriate law enforcement agencies, the Securities Division of the State Regulation and Licensing Department announced today.
SANTA FE: A Santa Fe grand jury on Tuesday returned an indictment against William “Kal” Kalinowski, a former Santa Fe home builder, on 10 counts of embezzlement and fraud over $20,000.