Welcome! This quiz will take just a few minutes to complete. It will help you understand your situation, identify problems, and provide guidance. Just answer true or false to each question, and we will calculate your risk of becoming a victim of Identity Theft.
If my caller ID shows that the call is coming from my bank, I can feel safe about answering any questions they ask.
Even if I am in possession of my credit cards, an identity thief can make charges on my account.
If I don't write down my PIN, nobody can access my bank account through my ATM card.
Frequently reviewing my credit report is a useful tool for catching identity theft.
Identity theft is considered a small-time crime, thus there is no reason to file a police report.
It is not safe to email my user name and password to my bank even though they already have it.
It is best not to use a password that I can easily remember, or use the same password for all accounts.
I could be out thousands of dollars in fraudulent credit card charges resulting from identity theft if I don't promptly review my statements.
If I remove my Social Security card from my wallet, it is unlikely that anyone can discover that number.
- If I receive an email from a company with which I do business, and it contains the company's logo, I can safely provide any information requested.