Please, reason before looking on the answer or my arguments so you don't become biased.
I'm studying for a test and there is this passage (content taken from British Council study material):
Identity crime is a generic term used to describe offences in which someone uses a fabricated or fictitious identity, a manipulated identity (the alteration of one’s own identity) or a stolen identity to commit a crime. The third of these, identity theft, knows no geographical boundaries and is on the increase as more people conduct business and social interactions over the internet.
There is this statement:
There are three main kinds of identity theft
that should be classified as either, true, false or not given.
The correct answer as per the answer sheet is
although I think it is
Not given since it enumerates 3 identity crimes but never say whether there are more or not. Note that it enumerates 3 identity crimes, not 3 identity thefts.
Real question: Is the answer sheet correct?