In some instances, one could be in a position to prevent a conviction altogether. If your conviction is one which might affect the business, like an individual with an identity theft conviction applying to work for a financial institution, you could be bypassed for the work even when you are an otherwise perfect fit. An identity theft conviction might have a durable effect on your future. A personal information fraud conviction could lead to a jail sentence. An identity theft conviction may result in a significant quantity of jail time, and the prospective loss of employment and your good reputation. A personal information fraud conviction can ruin the remainder of your life.
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The Identity Theft Resource Center offers free assistance to victims and potential victims of identity theft. For free help with your identity theft issue visit www.idtheftcenter.org or call 888.400.5530.
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