AARP encourages public employees to place security freeze on credit reports

By Beth Vorhees 

Angela Vance, the Associate State Director of AARP in West Virginia, says the Legislature needs to pass a data breach law to protect citizens from credit fraud. She joined Beth Vorhees on West Virginia Morning.

 

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