Identity theft is a common offence and one that sends shivers down many people’s spines. Physical theft is bad enough in itself – returning home to find that you’ve been broken into and had personal items stolen, or leaving work and discovering your car is missing are truly terrible experiences. But the very idea of having your actual identity (the one thing that truly sets you aside as an individual) stolen and put to use by a complete stranger is enough to upset, scare and depress people to a significant extent.

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