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How many Americans have their identity stolen each year?

How many Americans have their identity stolen each year?

Answer: 1 in 10

That equals as many as 10 million Americans, which is the entire population of North Carolina. And according to shoeboxed.com, it takes, on average, 33 hours for a person to resolve identity theft issues. 

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