Incidents of familiar identity theft are becoming more common, yet limited research has explored the experiences of such victims, particularly those who had their identity stolen by a parent. In this qualitative pilot study, six participants shared their experiences during interviews. Data were analyzed using interpretive content analysis. The following preliminary themes emerged from the data: Not Filing a Police Report, Negative Impacts, Positive Impacts, Social and Demographic Factors, and Helpful Resources. Lessons learned regarding methods and suggestions for future research are provided.
Journal of Financial Therapy
New Prairie Press
Betz-Hamilton, A. (2020). Understanding the Experiences of Familiar Identity Theft Victims When a Parent is the Perpetrator: A Pilot Study. Journal of Financial Therapy, 11 (1) 6. https://doi.org/10.4148/1944-9771.1237
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