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Did identity theft exist before digital technology?

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2011-02-01 04:52:36
2011-02-01 04:52:36

yes I think so .. it has long been a practice of I.D. thieves before hi tech to get a copy [public record] of a dead persons birth certificate of the right age and use it to aquire other documents to establish I.D.

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