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    Handle identity theft crime if one of your clients was a victim

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    As a practitioner, how would you handle an identity theft crime if one of your clients was a victim?

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    The response addresses the query posted in 598 words with APA references

    //Identity theft occurs when someone's personal information is used by a third person without his or her consent and the activity leads to criminal activity or forgery. It is one of the quickest growing crimes in the world. In the following section, we shall come across the steps taken by a practitioner to handle an identity theft crime when his client is a victim. //

    Introduction

    In the present business scenario, most of the transactions occur online and mainly through cards. This is the main reason that has led to the increased incidences of identity theft. Identity theft mainly takes the form of cyber crime or credit fraud (Wall, 2007). Certain steps should be taken by a person, who has encountered identity theft, like informing authorized agencies or informing cops so that correct actions may be taken immediately.

    Practitioners should take certain steps ...

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    The expert determines how to handle identity theft crimes if one of the clients was a victim. The response addresses the query posted in 598 words with APA references.

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