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Residents should sign up for credit monitoring

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Notification has begun for those affected by state computer breach

By Chris Sardelli

Blake Faulkenberry isn’t worried about the possibility of becoming an identity-theft victim.

Three days after hearing about the information breach at the S.C. Department of Revenue, Faulkenberry registered for free credit monitoring. Since then, he said there’s been no notification of any suspicious activity.  He also monitors his bank statement online daily.

“I haven’t seen anything strange happen,” said Faulkenberry.


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