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[LISTEN] How to protect yourself against identity theft

| Manie van Schalkwyk, executive director of the South African Fraud Prevention Services, explains what identity theft is and how you can protect yourself.

CAPE TOWN – Anyone who’s had their IDs or credit accounts forged will agree that the experience can be a nightmare.

Identity theft can happen to anyone.

South African Fraud Prevention Services’ Manie van Schalkwyk shares some tips on protecting your identity.

Listen to the audio above for more.

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