HomeStoriesIdentity Theft Identity Theft Kevin September 22, 2003 Stories 1 Comment The Washington Post has a lengthy article on credit identity theft in the Sunday Magazine. You get to see the soft underbelly of the credit industry. Keep believing that technology will set you free… Slicky Boys See The Sac Related Posts Injustice: Which Matters More – Race Or Wealth? I'm So Glad It's Not Just Me "People die in wars. They rarely die playing the games you play" About The Author Kevin Kevin founded Wizbang in 2003. He still contributes occasionally and handles all the technical and design work for the site. One Response Fritz September 23, 2003 I read this a few weeks ago and I can say from personal experience that this does happen. Several years ago, a Secret Service agent came to my office and showed me a birth certificate, drivers license and social security card that had been confiscated from a man who tried to use them to get a passport. All of the items had my name on them! The agent wanted to know if I recognised the man in the drivers license photo. I did not. The agent wouldn’t give me any more details, and the experience really scared the hell out of me. Was this an international terrorist? A drug dealer? Luckily, there wasn’t any credit fraud. But, I was terrified to travel.