WARREN, N.J. – A survey of 200 college students by the Chubb Group of Insurance Co. finds students are more likely to face identity fraud and property theft. The survey found that 49% of the respondents received credit card applications on a daily or weekly basis. Eighty-six percent of the students said they receive credit card applications a few times a month, if not more often. But only 30% said they threw out the offers for credit cards without destroying them, leaving them vulnerable to identity theft should someone find the offers in the trash and submit the applications fraudulently.

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