Responds to Tax Identity Theft Investigations

Review site now provides free resources to consumers during height of tax identity theft


San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/19/2014 -- (BIDTC) focuses its efforts on providing educational resources and the best identity theft protection services to consumers during tax season.

In recent news, the IRS announced a 66 percent increase in tax identity theft investigations. The U.S. Government Accountability Office said that the IRS does not have a complete picture of reason for the rise of tax identity fraud; therefore they are unable to completely resolve the problem with it.

Due to the lack of understanding on how the fraud is occurring and evolving, citizens are seeing an increase in identity theft.

Last year, within the first six months, 1.6 million taxpayers were reported to have been affected by identity theft.

“Tax related identity theft is reaching nightmarish and epidemic proportions.” Said BIDTC’s identity theft expert Robert Siciliano. “[People need to] heed to certain precautions in order to minimize the risk of becoming a tax identity theft victim.”

Even though identity theft can’t be 100 percent prevented, provides all safeguards to make sure your identity and taxes are not compromised.

Identity fraud that affects federal documents such as your Social Security number and taxes can take months to fix. All professionals, experts and authorities in the industry recommend that consumers take extra precautions during the tax season so they don’t regret the potential consequences.

The BIDTC team has already answered all basic questions regarding identity theft during the tax season:

-How can you protect yourself from tax identity theft?
-How does tax identity theft happen?
-How can you avoid the risk of becoming a victim of tax identity theft?
-How do you know if you’ve become a victim to tax identity theft?
-What can you do to fix your taxes if you’ve become of victim to tax identity theft?

People can find the answers to the above questions in BIDTC blogs, resource center articles and news articles. They can even ask a unique question to our identity theft experts.

About provides reviews, resources and research on all things related to identity theft. Identity protection companies are appropriately ranked based off of expert and customer reviews.

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