ID Thieves Also Target Kids Children's stolen Social Security numbers used for credit, loans and jobs?

Is document fraud in Obama immigration auditsif illeagls found using them they only fire them to leave being fired, but canse Is document fraud in Obama immigration rampant they illeagls use SS # of small kids who discover there SS # in use foe decades by illeagls buying cars, house, home loans and can walk away like in this story a 1 year old baby is working ?Joanna Ganiear, of Southlake, said the FBI told her her son's Social Security card and birth certificate were stolen from her mail. A woman with 27 convictions had Ganiear's mail in her possession when she was arrested in Dallas the next day. The woman is serving time in prison. A Dallas mother said her 8-year-old daughter's identity was stolen when she was just 1 year old. "We were living in California. We were applying for medical benefits for our children," the mother said. "Waiting for the results, the caseworker called and said, 'Do you realize that your daughter is making an income?' And I said, 'That's impossible because my daughter is one.'" Jamie May, a chief investigator with identity security firm All-Clear ID, said auto loans and numerous credit cards were taken out with the 8-year-old's Social Security number. Many of the accounts had gone into collections, May said. "Our scan uncovered three suspects using [her] Social Security number, and they've been using her social with a different name for many years," May said. She said All-Clear ID's largest case involving a child had $750,000 in debt associated with the child's Social Security number. Steve Bryson said a simple background check when his stepdaughter applied for a lifeguard job uncovered the theft of her Social Security number. "About a week later, we got a report back showing there were about six to seven different people using that Social Security card," he said. Parents can get checks on the Social Security numbers of their children through the three major credit agencies. Supporters what is your reaction to this ? If illegals are collecting from mail ss# numbers they know it is wrong but as supporters say, illeagls must do waht illeagls must do Your input please ?

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Child-identity theft is the fastest growing felony crime in the US. Congress first held hearings on this back during the Clinton Administration, the problem was already so big and so expensive... More
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