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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Recovering from Identity Theft

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A clear path out of the nightmare.

Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the United States and in many cases the victim has no knowledge of the theft until the situation is dire. Author Mari J. Frank, an attorney and advocate for victims of identity theft, takes the reader through every step necessary to reclaim their identity and wipe the records of the
Paperback, 288 pages
Published May 4th 2010 by Alpha
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Identity theft can be devastating, but this guide explains how to address first things first and how to restore your good name.
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For over 30 years I have had the privilege of helping couples dissolve their marriage or partnership with mutual respect, dignity, and civility to reach a peaceful, fair settlement for themselves and their families.

It’s been my honor to facilitate and coach my clients to deal with their pain, anger, resentment, and hurt in such a way as to empower them to diplomatically ask for what they want, rat
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