Be Wary Of Identity Theft And Scams Following A Weather Disaster

Oklahoma residents are more than familiar with the weather advisories and warnings that come across the television and radio. When the sirens sound, Oklahomans know what they need to do to be safe. One thing they may not have on their mind is the greater risk of identity theft following natural disasters, said Cindy Clampet, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension family resource management assistant specialist. “Natural disasters such as tornadoes and floods leave an amazing amount of destruction in their paths. In many cases, personal documents such as birth certificates, Social Security cards or driver’s licenses are destroyed, and disaster…

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