Identity theft could make you a lot of easy money, Jim Cramer told viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show Wednesday, if you buy Intersections ( INTX). There were more than 686,000 reported identity theft cases in 2005, but Intersections is working at putting an end to an increasingly rampant problem by helping consumers catch identity fraud early. The company provides customized credit management and identity-theft detection, protection and recovery services, Cramer said. And almost all of its revenue comes from the identity-theft and credit-management services. Better yet, the company has no analyst coverage, meaning that it is likely priced too low, he said. Cramer did not overlook the fact that the company messed up badly a few months ago and missed its quarterly numbers. "No one trusts them now, and once a little stock like this alienates people, they don't come back for a while," he said. But he believes that the stock is cheap and that the pessimism has been priced in. He told a caller that the company said it had the shortfall because it pushed back some projects. In another caveat, he said that the company's market cap is only $150 million. Use limit orders when you buy "or you will get ripped off," he said. "If you use market orders, I guarantee you will lose money."