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USPS Postal Inspector Reveals How to Prevent Identity Theft
We trust the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) with a lot of important things, including letters to loved ones and sensitive financial information. But one circulating text scam involving the USPS could put your private data into less trustworthy hands—allowing criminals to use it to steal your money or open fraudulent accounts in your name. To avoid this, scam experts are warning about what to be on the lookout for, and how you can avoid getting tricked. Read on to discover how USPS postal inspectors say you can prevent identity theft.