Identity theft a growing problem: AMA

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Grand Prairie has been ranked 11th in Alberta for identity theft and 31st for identity fraud according to a report by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA).

Jeff Kasbrick, a spokesperson for the Alberta Motor Association (AMA), said that Alberta ranked one per cent higher than the rest of Canada for the overall growth of identity crimes.

Kasbrick estimates identity crimes cost Canadians $150 million annually to try and recoup costs and save their credit ratings once a crime has been committed.

Read more at Daily Herald Tribune

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.