Assisting Victims of Identity Theft with Restoration
accountants, financial managers, nonprofits and individuals who are interested
in assisting victims of identity theft with restoration of one’s identity are
invited to attend a seven-week Identity Theft Restoration series hosted by
Hodges University’s Identity Fraud Institute.
Kerskie, director of the institute, explained, “Every two seconds another American
becomes a victim of identity theft. Restoring an identity has become a complex,
multifaceted approach leaving victims overwhelmed. These victims often turn to
a professional for assistance. By taking this course you will learn the steps
to properly restore an identity and implement risk reduction measures for your
current and prospective clients.”
seven-week series will run October 4 through November 15 on Tuesdays and will
be held from 6:00-9:00 p.m. at Hodges University’s Naples campus, which is
located at 2655 Northbrooke Drive, Naples, FL 34119. Online live streaming will
can expect to learn how to identify the different types of identity theft,
determine the source of identity exposure, prepare an identity theft restoration
action plan and navigate identity theft laws. It is also important for
attendees to learn how to assist clients with reducing their risk of identity
theft, assist clients with restoring their identity and increase revenue and/or
cost to attend is $699 for the full series or $125 for a single class.
Individuals can register online at https://hu.formstack.com/forms/identity_theft_restoration.
To receive a Hodges University Certificate of Completion, individuals must take
the entire course.
additional information, contact Carrie Kerskie, director of the Identity Fraud
Institute at Hodges University, at firstname.lastname@example.org
or (239) 598-6281.
the Identity Fraud Institute:
Hodges University’s Identity Fraud Institute is your research and education
partner in the fight against identity theft. Providing services for consumers
and professionals, the Identity Fraud Institute is led by Carrie Kerskie, a
highly sought-after speaker, trainer, author and consultant on the topics of
identity theft, fraud and data privacy.