Am I at risk for identity theft?

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  • #199901


    Hey. According to PSN, some individual has obtained our personal information. Am I at risk for identity theft? I never made a purchase on PSN so no credit card info was given. But they might have my billing address (Zip code, address, and city), name, birthday, username, password, country, phone number, and e-mail. Is it possible they can steal my identity?

  • #416318


    write em off to what? Do you mean just don’t pay them?

    Of course your credit will be shot until you repay the outstanding balances.. Yourhousewill eventually get foreclosed, and then sold, and then whatever it sold for will be deducted from your mortgage balance, and the difference is what remains on your credit – forever.

  • #416319


    Your tax consultant would be the best source of that information. The answer depends on your individual situation. No one else can answer your question accurately.

  • #416320


    If you mean can you write off the interest on the loans the answer is yes. The RV is “probably” because you can call it a second home as long as it qualifies.

  • #416321


    Write off what?

  • #416322



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