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Published: Tuesday, Nov. 20 2012 9:47 p.m. MST

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As Black Friday offers move onto the web, the opportunities for theft increase as well.

Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in the country, affecting more than 15 million victims a year according to the Sacramento Bee.

"Because of the emotional and financial impact identity theft can have on an individual and their family, we thought it was important to offer some tips to help avoid identity theft," said Mark Desrochers, president of Personal Lines at Hanover, in a statement.

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OHBU
Columbus, OH

On a day designed to help Americans remember all that they have, we're running stories on how you can save $20 to get some useless device for some quick pseudo-happiness. Oh, unlike those in Gaza, I can reasonably assume my child won't be killed by rocket blasts, should I reflect on that blessing or...Oh look at these sales!

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