Feb. 3, 2006 -- If you're one of the millions of Americans who has looked for a job online, you may have been the target of one of the newest forms of identity fraud: resume theft.
Experts say identity thieves (posing as employers) are infiltrating online job sites in search of valuable personal information, such as phone numbers, addresses, even Social Security numbers. Anyone who posts a resume online is potentially at risk. It's hard to know who's responding to your resume: a real employer or a crook.
Do you think you have been the target of online resume theft?
Have you been offered a job and then asked to provide a scan of your driver's license?
Have you provided information such as your Social Security number only to never hear back from the employer?
Do you have trouble telling legitimate employers from potential thieves?
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