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More than 700K people in Colorado at risk for ID theft over licenses

DENVER – More than 700,000 people may be walking around Colorado with ticking time bombs in their wallets after they chose to put their Social Security numbers on their drivers’ licenses, according to state officials.”We sent out a notice to all of our offices telling them not to put them on there unless people made a scene. If the statement says you can do it, there are people out their who will demand it,” said Roni White, spokeswoman for the Department of Revenue.White said it will take eight years for some of those licenses to expire.


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