How to check usernames and identify possible ID thefts

Check out UserNameCheck, a site that pings 68 sites (as of time of writing) and see if the username that has been inputted by the user has been used or not. Those 68 sites include blogging platforms, social networking, social bookmarking and video distribution sites.

ID theft, UserNameCheck, Check usernames

Such service may comes in handy for those forgetful lot, even those internet marketers who are nuts about branding their names and businesses will appreciate UserNameCheck’s username-checking service. Too bad UserNameCheck could not give us some assistance to protect us from the threats of ID Theft.

How to protect yourself from ID Theft

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Is Your Username Taken? Usernamecheck Will Tell You.
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