KY: Notary public was selling personal information to ID thieves

WKYT reports:

She was a notary public who was supposed to help consumers on refinancing transactions. Instead, Melissa Hodge was selling their social security numbers and personal information to identity thieves.

“They would give $20 for individuals that had a credit score between 500 and 600. Then it would go up from there. If they had a better credit score, she would require additional money for that,” says U.S. Postal Inspector Kenneth Miller.

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