BBB Says Identity Theft Spikes During Holidays
WESLACO – The Better Business Bureau says identity theft spikes at this time of the year.
Dolores Salinas of the BBB says fraudulent callers are claiming to be federal agencies.
She claims those phony callers may ask for a name, social security number and other personal information.
“You should never give up personal information over the phone to anyone you don’t know, anyone that is unknown to you because you are risking identity theft,” says Salinas.
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