MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – Here is some good news on the identity theft front – nearly all Americans are taking at least some steps to protect themselves from identity theft. A recent national survey conducted by legal information Web site FindLaw, reports that 98% of American adults take one or more precautions to guard their personal information. According to the survey the most common identity theft prevention measures people use include: *Review bank/credit card statements for fraud-88% *Shred/destroy credit card receipts or other financial documents-77% *Check credit reports-64% *Never give out Social Security number-51%

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