Saving You Money
In tonight's Saving You Money, alarming news for parents of young children. A recent study shows more than 10% of children age five and under have someone else using their social security numbers.
That's more than a 50% increase from last year. We all know how much identity theft can end up costing. If you missed Data Privacy Day yesterday, it's not too late to take steps now to protect your pocketbook and your credit. One easy way is to change your passwords.
Michelle Dennedy with McAfee Security says, "That's one of the easiest things you can do. Make a very complicated password. Check your security settings . You should not have a security question that is answered by something you routinely post on Facebook for example. So, make sure that your security question is truly secure."
If you're like me, you never pay full price for anything and JCPenney is making that easier. The retail chain had nixed its targeted sales last year, but is now bringing those periodic sales back. The retail chain says it wants to lure shoppers back who were turned off when the discounts disappeared.
Wednesday, January 30 2013, 12:13 AM CST
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