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Seccora Taylor Fraud and Impersonation

Report #: 150 - 0 Comments
Date Reported: Thursday, June 23, 2011
Status: Active and Ongoing
Severity: High - Cyberstalking
Primary Weapon: Impersonation
Specific Location: various major cities United States
City/Local Area: Los Angeles
State/Territory: California
Region: United States

This person targets men and women by assuming identities.

Law enforcement has been in a few investigations regarding Secorra Taylor also known as seccora taylor or cora taylor due to several complaints and reports by civilians.This person is involved in a series of fraudulant circumstances in various major cities across the United States by using the world wide web/ internet. This woman uses sites such as Facebook and many other forms of social networks to scam the masses. These scams often involve impersonating women and men online to receive money or favors from strangers.

Criminal identity theft

Financial identity theft (using another's identity to obtain credit, goods and services)

Identity cloning (using another's information to assume his or her identity in daily life)

Browsing social networking websites for personal details published by users, often using this information to appear more credible in subsequent social engineering activities

According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), a report released in 2007 revealed that 8.3 million American adults, or 3.7 percent of all American adults, were victims of identity theft in 2005.40

The latest report from the FTC showed that ID theft increased by 21% in 2008. However, credit card fraud, that crime which is most closely associated with the crime of ID theft, has been declining as a percentage of all ID theft. In 2002, 41% of all ID theft complaints involved a credit card. That percentage has dropped to 21% in 2008.41

Two states, California42 and Wisconsin43 have created an Office of Privacy Protection to assist their citizens in avoiding and recovering from identity theft.

In Massachusetts in 2009-2010, Governor Deval Patrick made a commitment to balance consumer protection with the needs of small business owners. His Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation announced certain adjustments to Massachusetts' identity theft regulations that maintain protections and also allows flexibility in compliance. These updated regulations went into effect on March 1, 2010. The regulations are clear that their approach to data security is a risk-based approach important to small businesses and might not handle a lot of personal information about customers.4445

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