posted on Sep, 21 2008 @ 11:38 AM
I'd like to say, I recently subscribed to ID Watchdog to find out what they know about me? I was a little curious how a company can make a claim to
be able to protect your identity in the information age.
As I suspected, there data was crap... They have a bunch of old addresses and even sent the information to wrong address (which I gave them the right
address on the phone). It was beyond pathetic how out of tune these so-called experts are.
At some point in the future, Identity will have to be attached to DNA/blood in order to give humans any assurance of positive identification. I know
this sounds like "big brother" but 3 yrs ago, my wife (or ex) stolen my identity, forged my signature and racked up $75k in credit debt and she
bought herself a new house at my expense. I had no recourse at all and was force to reconcile. The State of Tennessee upheld her side of the lie,
and I was screwed and had to pay thru the nose.
I am just in a state of shock with comes to identity theft, and I just want to make it known to everyone what a joke this really is. You think your
identity is sacred, think again. Someone needs to come up with a way to authenticate who we are. At some point in the future, this will become a