Tips to protect your identity
How to overcome a phenomenon that is on the rise in the world
This is where your personal details are stolen and the criminal uses them to borrow money or incur debts in your name. By the time you discover the problem, the thief is gone with the goods bought in your name. You are left with the debts to repay, a damaged reputation and the inconvenience of having to restore your credit rating.
Avoiding identity theft is partly a matter of common sense.
•Keeping your personal details and bank account details secure.
•Put a lock on your mailbox to prevent mail being stolen.
The growth of electronic banking has provided thieves with new avenues to separate you from your cash and credit. Common sense and vigilance can reduce the risk of it happening to you.
Author: Unknown (& edited by Richard Bejah)
“This is not remarkable, for, as we know, reality is not a function of the event as event, but of the relationship of that event to past, and future, events. We seem here to have a paradox: that the reality of an event, which is not real in itself, arises from the other events which, likewise, in themselves are not real. But this only affirms what we must affirm: that direction is all. And only as we realize this do we live, for our own identity is dependent upon this principal.” ~ Robert Penn Warren