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 **Identity thefts in 2008 cost $48 billion Dollars**

**10 Million Americans fell victim to identity theft fraud in 2008**

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

10 a.m. to 2 p.m

Identity Theft Awareness and Prevention Seminar

Learn how identity thieves obtain your information; what to do to protect your identity; and the steps to take if you are a victim. 

Guest Speakers: A representative from the U.S. Secret Service & A Representative from the Corona Police Department 

On-Site Document Shredding Provided by Southland Shredding

Bring your outdated financial records, including bank statements, old checks, credit card statements and offers, and other items that contain personal and financial information for on-site shredding 10a.m. to  2:00 p.m.  Stop by to enter your name in a drawing to win a free Diamond-cut shredder.

Sponsored by: Springboard Nonprofit Consumer Credit Management

1605 Spruce Street

Riverside, CA 92507 or call 800.947.3752


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