FBI Offers Tips On How To Prevent Identity Theft (And What To Do If It Happens)

Identity theft is a growing concern with more people putting their personal information on the internet. But that’s not the only way criminals can steal your identity. Would you like to learn the latest on this from FBI experts in both intelligence analysis and field service? Click the link below to find out on this week’s episode of The State of Greater Western New York Report:

The first half of the show features a Special Agent and Intelligence Analyst from the FBI’s Buffalo office whose identities cannot be revealed. On the other hand, they can (and do) reveal the many ways thieves can steal your identity. On the bright side, they also tell you what to do once your suspect your identity has fallen into the wrong hands.

During the second segment of the show, two more people from the FBI Buffalo office joined us. Jennifer Zientowski, Staff Operations Specialist explained how the FBI is structured both from a national and a local standpoint. For example, do you know the Buffalo office covers the 17 most western counties of New York State? In other words, it covers the entire Greater Western New York Region. Also appearing in this segment, Marc Falconetti, Special Agent-Recruiter, tells everyone what types of people might be interested in joining the FBI and how to find and apply for open positions.

All our guests happily answered questions from the live audience. In fact, these are probably some of the same questions you had. Would you like to be a member of our live audience so you can ask our guests questions? Click here to join the growing number of members who share your feelings on StateOf.GreaterWesternNewYork.com because then we can automatically send you the link to watch our shows live.

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