SPOTLIGHT: Insurance ID cards become theft target

Today, most Americans are aware that strangers could conceivably gain access to their financial identity. However, they're less aware of the growing problem of medical identity theft, in which someone uses their name and health insurance to obtain medical treatment, drugs or goods. Medical identity theft is on the rise, and can have just as devastating an effect on consumer finances as traditional identity theft, researchers say. Article

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