Why #UIP Is Paramount for SmartPhone Users (T-Mobile, We’re Talking to You!)

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Let’s paint the picture for you, people — anybody, whether you’re walking to your next high school class or showing up for your next board room meeting in the biggest Fortune 500 corporation, will carrying around a digital device, open fodder for the worst crime in the world. Identity theft. You’re a target with a big bull’s eye on it, and if you don’t believe that — if you think it’s just a hollow faceless threat of criminal theater, think again —

The Most Recent Headlines Regarding T-Mobile Says It All

T-Mobile, one of the giants of mobile and smartphone technology, took one massive hit, something thatT-Mobile-1 Sony could relate to. It was revealed that a huge hack opened up a cyberspace Pandora’s Box of tremendous proportions that T-Mobile found themselves at the forefront of naked disaster.

  • Names
  • Birth Dates
  • Social Security Numbers
  • Drivers License Numbers

All those vital pieces of information so crucial to identity theft protection became open to the black market public of sick and sadistic fiends, and it wasn’t even anybody’s fault, per se! It wasn’t the fault of T-Mobile. Nor were the customers at fault. This is the essence and reality of identity theft — it can happen to anyone. And, yes, it can even happen to a major mobile corporation like T-Mobile.

How Bad Is This T-Mobile Hack Anyway?

You’re looking at an alarming 15MM customers suffering from the compromise, Experian reported. Even worse is that number includes individuals who had simply applied for a T-Mobile account but were denied due to a credit check! They don’t even get the mobile account and STILL get hacked.

You can see the writing on the wall here…. identity theft is the world’s next epidemic, hence why your Ultimate Identity Protection is key: sign up right now and be sure to check out our Google+ page and LinkedIn page for even more goodies on the identity theft protection craze.

(It was also pointed out that, at the very least, T-Mobile customer bank account and credit card payment information was not hacked. Thankfully.)

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