CIPA Practice Test Thank you for taking the Certified Identity Protection Advisor® - CIPA practice exam. This leading international identity theft management training and certification course is a registered program and was specifically designed to train and certify professionals who educate, guide, and support consumers as well as organizations to prevent, detect and resolve identity theft. Professionals seeking the CIPA® designation typically help manage identity theft risks in their job functions or through their services and products. Such individuals include employees of government agencies, consumer credit and information bureaus, as well as employees of financial services, insurance, health care, banking, social media, identity protection, and other companies where the risk of identity theft exists. In addition, customer facing professionals such as personal assistants, attorneys, office organizers, tax preparers and accountants who collect or manage the personal information of their customers may also benefit from this identity theft management training and certification program by providing additional value to their clients and gaining their trust. These 10 practice questions should give you a flavor for the real online exam which includes 100 similar multiple choice questions. Your test score and the correct answers to these questions will be e-mailed to you shortly after you submit the practice test. Press Next to get started 1. What is the main objective of fraud alerts? A- Warn others B- Prevent fraud C- Both A and B2. Which purchases most justify the use of credit cards? A- Rare and small amount purchases B- Large amount purchases C- Frequent small purchases3. Is it best to use the same password for all online accounts? A- Yes B- No4. Which of the following is fraud element? A- Intelligence B- Morale C- Incentive5. What is the main objective of account related information reviews? A- Fraud detection B- Fraud prevention C- Fraud resolution D- Fraud reporting6. What is an indication of identity theft? A- Lost credit card B- Missing birth certificate C- Unknown transaction D- Misplaced passport7. Passwords should be: A- Hard to remember B- Easy to crack C- Written down D- Never shared8. What is pretexting? A- Type of email B- Pretending to be someone else C- Malware9. What is a potential sign of unauthorized address change? A- Receiving a wrong mail B- Missed account statement C- None of the above10. Zero balance statements do not require review. A- True B- FalsePlease enter your name, email address and press Submit Quiz. If you receive an error message, press Previous to go back and answer all questions. Name Email Time is Up!