Color of Money: Protecting Credit from Thieves Consumers in the United States can now put a much stronger lock on their credit reports. Financial guru Michelle Singletary discusses how the new security freeze can help protect against identity theft.
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Color of Money: Protecting Credit from Thieves

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Color of Money: Protecting Credit from Thieves

Color of Money: Protecting Credit from Thieves

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Consumers in the United States can now put a much stronger lock on their credit reports. Alex Chadwick talks to financial guru Michelle Singletary about how the new security freeze can help protect against identity theft.