Synthetic Identity Theft

A synthetic identity theft is a type of fraud where the criminal uses a real person's information, such as their Social Security number, and mixes it with fictitious information to create a new identity. This new identity is then used to apply for credit cards and loans, which the fraudster will use and never repay. This can damage the victim's credit score and make it difficult for them to get loans in the future.

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