Smartphone Theft in the US: Are You an
Easy Victim?

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Your mobile device is a valuable target to thieves. You never know when one will strike: one minute you’re typing a text, and the next, your smartphone is snatched right out of your hands. We show how and where mobile theft occurs and what you can do to prevent it from happening to you.

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Smartphone theft in the US

8 thoughts on “Smartphone Theft in the US: Are You an
Easy Victim?

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    • No car either(stolen every 29 sec)?
      No wallet ? (500 stolen every 60 sec)

      Then you’re only safe when you possess nothing.

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  3. The world these days no matter where your at should never let your guard down. Even then have firewalls and antivirus and GPS protection. People have way to much time on there hands and learn to hack to destroy peoples belongings and life that they have worked there butts off for.

  4. Good idea Palladini.
    I bet you don’t own a car either as that might stolen.
    Or a house as that might get broken into.
    Or risk eating as you might food poisoning.
    In fact – I don;t want to scare you but I hear living is a terminal disease….
    lol

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  6. Make sure you put a PIN number on the SIM card. This will stop the thieves/fraudsters putting your SIM card into another phone and racking up 1000′s of dollars on your account. ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT if you are going overseas

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