New Government Agency Aims To Protect Consumers From Identity Theft

STUDIO CITY (CBS) — Adam Levin of Identity Theft 911 & Credit.com visited the KCAL 9 studios Thursday to talk about the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Levin is a former New Jersey state consumer affairs director who created Credit.com and Identity Theft 911 as informational and educational resources on consumer credit, personal finance and identity theft issues.

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  1. JOHNJOHNINLA says:

    Give me a break.
    This ‘new’ group is worth nothing. Pure nothing.
    All talk.
    There’s not a single thing they can
    do for a victim of identity theft.
    Period.

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