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A new identity theft report shows many Americans have been victimized, but also suggests certain forms of ID theft may be more dangerous or prevalent than others.
The industry-sponsored study found that 12.6 million Americans were ID theft victims in 2012. That's about 1 million more than in 2011, NBC News reports.
There are many kinds of identity theft and lots of ways to deal with it. But it helps to know what kinds of issues are most likely to cause significant problems. For example:
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