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Identity Theft and Liability on business.Views: 1017
Apr 10, 2007 1:19 amIdentity Theft and Liability on business.#

Rainmakerz Unique Employee Benefits Programs
I have just recently returned to the Ryze after sometime and once again this is a very insightful network to be involved with. My question goes along with last one posted.

Identity Theft is a staggering ordeal for anyone to deal with on a personal level but now due to the FTC regulations and FACTA act of 2005 businesses are being targeted for carelessness in the care of customer and employee information.

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Radio Shack and TJMAX just to name a few....

My question is,in everyones opinion what is the best way to get this information in front of business owners/ employers just to ensure that they can protect themselves and their investments?

Its a good chance that 90%+ of the businesses out there do not even know that there are mandatory stipulations in place for them to provide Identity Theft training to their employees. The resolution is simple but I agree that there is a huge amount of information overload out there.


JJ Parsons

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Sep 19, 2007 12:24 amre: Identity Theft and Liability on business.#

William Calloway, CITRMS
Rain, I also am in the identity theft arena and in addition the group benefits area. The best way to get this information in front of business owners, that I am using right now, is this. See if you can get a white paper on the identity theft issues. Then have it bound and put in presentation format. Bundle this with a magazine article and the interview done by the FTC chairwoman that details the fact that the FTC is looking to enforce the "reasonable measures" clause in the FACTA law. Best thing that I have found is to actually READ the FACTA pronouncement. It is long and tedious to do, but it will give you an insight into what they are trying to acomplish. Email me if you need any assistance!!!

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