Thursday, December 9, 2010

Identity theives source

In possibly one of the worst suburbs in the history of mankind, Round Lake, Illinois, Charles DiPrima, an executive at the Illinois Secretary of State, driver's license division was charged with allegations that he sold identity information for gift certificates and event tickets

An executive of the Illinois Secretary of State's driver's license division surrendered to authorities Wednesdayafter allegations he gave information to identity thieves in exchange for gift cards and sports tickets.
Charles DiPrima, of Round Lake, was charged at the Lake County courthouse in Waukegan with three counts of conspiracy to commit identity theft, and he could face up to three years in prison if convicted, according to David Druker, spokesman for Secretary of State Jesse White's office.

The people you pay to be responsible with your information, are not only irresponsible, they are actively criminal.   

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