1. Monitor your credit card report. If there are peculiar purchases which you are sure that you never remember purchasing or paying for it, immediately de-activates or freeze your credit account.
2. Remove you mails from your mailbox the soonest. If you want to make outgoing mails, deposit it in a blue postal service box instead of leaving it to your home’s mailbox
3. Shred all financial documents before you dispose them to the garbage containers. Empty your trash in between the garbage pick- up time. This way, it will not sit for days for longer periods outside your home and gives opportunity for thieves to look for useful financial information.
4. Never divulge your financial and personal information over the phone. Your identity theft security will roll once you never disclose it to strangers.
5. Do not give data about your credit cards or any other personal financial information in any websites. Choose websites that are securely locked and with identity theft security for your online payments.
6. Monitor the monthly financial statements of your bank. Make sure that you receive them regularly. If the same does not arrive in right time, initiate a communication to your bank.
Identity theft security is all left in your own responsibility. There is nobody that can prevent them from being stolen, but only yourself. Be careful!