WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SubscriberWise, the nation’s largest issuing CRA for the communications industry and the leading provider of big data, advanced-analytics, and business-rules technology, announced today that the company founder and CEO has submitted formal documentation to President-Elect Donald Trump as child-identity-advocate and Federal Trade Commission advisor.
“I simply can’t continue to protect the nation’s children alone,” acknowledged David Howe, SubscriberWise founder and the nation’s prolific guardian of children victimized by identity fraud. “But that’s exactly what I’ve been doing relentlessly because the federal government and the establishment politicians have failed to protect our children.
“Each and every day, hundreds of children are victimized by identity fraud with ease and impunity,” Howe confirmed. “Our nation’s federally regulated and elaborate information systems lack reliable and standard technology controls to identify and prevent this child exploitation. Many of these exploited children will suffer entirely alone and entirely in silence for years after the crime. The majority of victims come from economically challenged families; I believe this explains the government’s complacency and apathy.
“Regardless, it’s undeniable that the elected representatives are responsible,” Howe emphasized.
Related: Howe informs telecom executives in Las Vegas that Trump is right about establishment politicians, recorded live in high definition at the Tropicana Las Vegas hotel, April 8, 2016: http://subscriberwise.com/media/SubscriberWise.mp4 (start video at 31:55)
“And, unfortunately, politicians are not the only enablers of unabated child identity theft.
“Sadly, local police and prosecutors – despite their best and sincere intentions – they too are impotent and incapable of solving the problem,” continued Howe. “Why? Because the vast majority of these crimes are committed by a parent or guardian. And that means to adequately pursue these cases in a criminal court, it would require the re-victimization of the child because there is a very real potential of having to subpoena the victim to testify in court and against the parent or guardian (Howe is currently involved in a criminal case involving this circumstance and recently had a meeting with a handful of Ohio prosecutors following child crimes that occurred at MCTV and CenturyLink. In the meeting, prosecutors confirmed that charging the repeat-offender-parent-perpetrator with an identity-theft would subject the child to additional victimization. Journalists who would like to obtain the criminal docket and engage the State of Ohio should contact SubscriberWise CEO David Howe.)
“Last week I submitted personal and employment information along with a cover letter and resume to President-Elect Donald Trump,” confirmed Howe. “I informed Mr. Trump that I will continue to serve as the de facto U.S. credit czar. I also requested an advisory role with the Federal Trade Commission. I explained to the President-Elect that I have deep experience with FTC Red Flag rules. I included details of several child crimes, among the hundreds and hundreds of I’ve been engaged during my 20-year career.
“Finally, I listed my salary demand for the President-Elect’s consideration: $1.00 for the duration of the 4-year term.”
SubscriberWise® launched as the first issuing consumer reporting agency exclusively for the cable industry one decade ago. The company filed extensive documentation and end-user agreements to access TransUnion’s consumer database. TransUnion approved the request as part of a pilot project in 2007. In 2009, SubscriberWise and TransUnion announced a joint marketing agreement for the benefit of America’s cable operators. Today SubscriberWise is a risk management preferred-solutions provider for the National Cable Television Cooperative.
SubscriberWise contributions to telecom are quantified in the billions of dollars annually.
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