There were 500,000 fewer victims of identity fraud in 2006 and the total amount of fraud was down by 12 percent, or $6.4 billion overall, according to a recently released survey.
Conducted by Javelin Strategy & Research, which focuses on the payments and financial services industries, the 2007 Identity Fraud Survey Report contains two key findings:
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