How to avoid identity theft : a guide for victims
(Adult Reference)

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Richmond, Va. : Office of the Attorney General, Victim Notification Program, [2002?].
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Adult Reference
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29, v pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Language
English

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c. 1-2, Feb. 2003, dep., JLY

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APA Citation (style guide)

Kilgore, J. W. (2002). How to avoid identity theft: a guide for victims . Office of the Attorney General, Victim Notification Program.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Kilgore, Jerry W. 2002. How to Avoid Identity Theft: A Guide for Victims. Richmond, Va.: Office of the Attorney General, Victim Notification Program.

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Kilgore, Jerry W. How to Avoid Identity Theft: A Guide for Victims Richmond, Va.: Office of the Attorney General, Victim Notification Program, 2002.

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Kilgore, Jerry W. How to Avoid Identity Theft: A Guide for Victims Office of the Attorney General, Victim Notification Program, 2002.

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