BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Turns out the much-advertised and occasionally sued “LifeLock” service actually came in handy for a Boca Raton woman.
According to a Boca Raton police report, a Boca Raton woman (whose name we are withholding since it’s already been misused) had her identity stolen by someone attempted to open up credit card accounts. LifeLock apparently notified the woman — and her husband — five times over the weekend that someone actually attempted to open five credit card accounts over two days.
And then LifeLock alerted that someone rented a U-Haul truck in the Chicago area using her Florida Driver’s License.
No arrests at this point.
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