Men more likely to be victims of stolen identity than women, survey suggests
The National News
Men are about twice as likely as women to have had their identity stolen, a survey by Nationwide Building Society has found.
Nearly a quarter (23 per cent) of men said their identity had been stolen, while 11 per cent of women reported the same.
A third (33 per cent) of those who said their identity had been stolen reported that it had been used to order goods such as a mobile phone or a vehicle.
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