...or any other temp agency horror stories? (like the case of Stanely et. al. v. Kelly Services) I sign up with a well known temp agency, without checking the internet first about the thousands of allegations of fraud and identity theft regarding them (and others), and all of a sudden, all hell breaks loose. I get an errant credit card charge to a place I have never been before on a credit card not yet activated. This turns in to a mess. I think of who I gave my social # to and it's the temp agencies when I look for supplementary income. And then I find out I am not the only one to fall victim to this once established industry. My suspicions are with them, since only schools I attended many years ago and social security are the only ones who also have my number. Homeland Security, while very friendly, says most of this type of stuff comes from fat fingers, or people punching in your info in a sloppy manner. Gee, thanks Uncle Sam, that makes me feel a whole lot better. ?? I suppose they are right, but the thought of my credit taking a hit gives me a sick feeling in my stomach, especially since I have been good with payments and credit for nearly 20 years! This comes on the heels of Stanley vs. Kelly Services which brought the employment agency giant to the news. Of course, this had to do with money being the key issue. Any experiences?