Those without computer access can sign up for credit protection

December 6, 2012 

— Those who do not have access to a computer but want to sign up for the free credit protection being offered by the state can do so Saturday.

The city is partnering with Fast Forward to offer extended hours at the local nonprofit’s downtown center to those without computers or Internet access.

The hours are being offered specifically to those who want to sign up for the free service to protect themselves from a security breach that occurred at the Department of Revenue in September.

Fast Forward, at 3223 Devine Street, Suite 3, will be open from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. For more information, residents can call (803) 343-2577.

-- Mindy Lucas

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