US identity fraud losses fell sharply last year, bucking a long-running trend. The number of fraud victims decreased 28 per cent in 2010 from 11 million to 8.1 million. The total value of fraudulent losses also fell from $56bn in 2009 to $37bn in 2010, according to an annual study by Javelin Strategy & Research. Javelin reports …
Ah-ha! So that's why the economy is shrinking!
Not as many fraudsters pumping consumption into the market as there use to be. We need a government program to fix that.
"Fraudsters pumping consumption into the market."
It's called FOX News.
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