Consumers inclined to switch banks if victimized

Friday, 18 November 2005, 4:30 PM EST

"Anybody who has an e-mail account that can be contacted, anybody who has a telephone that can be listened in on, anybody who has a credit card they use in public, in short, anybody in Alabama can become a victim of identity theft," Alabama's Attorney General Troy King said.

By Gene J. Koprowski at TechNewsWorld.

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