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What to Do If a Wallet is Lost Or Stolen

Thu, 18 Mar 2010 17:39:44 -0500

It is quite a devastating experience when your wallet containing important information such as credit card, debit card, ATM card, social security card, and driver's license is lost or stolen, as it may lead to many serious problems in the form of identity theft. In fact, the after affects of wallet theft is quite upsetting, since it may lead to a number of problems, from piling up your credit to losing your job and good reputation.

How to Find the Perfect Men's Wallet?

Thu, 18 Mar 2010 16:34:19 -0500

A wallet is an important accessory for men, as it helps a lot to enhance their personality as well as overall appearance. Further, most of the men use wallet as their mini safe to store their most important information, from credit card, debit card, and driver's license to membership cards and library cards. In fact, the usage of wallet is indispensable for a man.

Make Sure That Your Wallet is Safe

Tue, 16 Mar 2010 22:00:15 -0500

Wallet theft is one of the serious issues encountered by majority of people in the US. According to the records revealed by the credit card companies, about 50% of identity theft that occur in the nation is obtained from lost or pick pocketed wallets. Majority of men store their most critical information in the form of credit cards, debit cards, driver's license, medical insurance cards, and sometimes even social security card and check book in the wallet.

Limit Financial Loss Due to Wallet Pickpocketing

Wed, 10 Mar 2010 15:47:15 -0600

According to the law enforcement agencies, identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the US as well as the other parts of North America. Most of the people believe that the prime cause for identity theft is online spam. However, this is not the truth.

Tips to Organize Your Wallet

Wed, 10 Mar 2010 08:21:19 -0600

A wallet is an indispensable accessory for men, as they carry majority of their vital information such as credit card, debit card, driver's license, and social security card in it. But unlike ladies wallet that is usually placed within a hand bag, a men's wallet is kept within shirt's or jacket's pocket. Hence, it is important to keep a wallet organized, since it serves as a positive indication of your personality as well as lifestyle.

Do This When Your Wallet is Pick Pocketed

Fri, 05 Mar 2010 13:43:20 -0600

Majority of men store their most vital information including driver's license, ATM card, credit card, and social security number in their wallet. Hence, it is quite natural that nobody wants to lose the wallet containing critical details. However, sometimes certain things may be out of your control and in fact you could not reject the chances of your wallet being stolen or pick pocketed, especially when you are walking along a bustling city street or while in a crowded airport or metro station.

Prevent Identity Theft While Traveling

Tue, 16 Feb 2010 13:07:51 -0600

Nowadays, thieves use a variety of the most advanced options to retrieve your most important information in order to utilize it for their personal gain. In most cases, thieves take advantage of your absence in the office or home for identity theft. Discussed further in this article are some important tips to prevent identity theft while traveling or when you are away from your office as well as work place.

How to Rectify Identity Theft Crimes

Fri, 12 Feb 2010 13:50:02 -0600

Known as the fastest growing crimes of today, the Identity theft is the process when a person illegally steals the personal information of another person to use it for their financial benefit. The carelessness in handling the personal information is the sole cause for the alarming increase in identity theft.

Relationship of Credit Repair and Identity Theft

Fri, 12 Feb 2010 13:45:22 -0600

The issue of identity theft is increasing day by day and this increase had made the demand of companies that help in credit repair more valuable today. There is no end to this problem of identity theft where people steal someone else's personal information for financial gain. Certain scams claim to help a person improve with credit repair, while their main goal is again identity theft.

Social Security Number and Identity Theft

Mon, 08 Feb 2010 08:54:53 -0600

A social security number, otherwise known as a social security account number, appears in the form of a nine-digit card that has been issued by the Social Security Administration to the US citizens and temporary and permanent residents. The Social Security Number is important for a variety of purposes, from government retirement's record keeping and work identification purposes to Housing and Urban Development applications.

Tips to Choose a Perfect Wallet

Wed, 03 Feb 2010 17:59:03 -0600

A wallet is now more than just an accessory to store money and in fact is inevitable in order to complement or enhance your overall personality. Hence, a wallet must be chosen according to your lifestyle, and must also go with your wardrobe. Are you confused regarding the right selection of a wallet and need help to choose the most perfect one? Then discussed further in this article may prove helpful for the right selection of wallet.

Wallet Slimming Tips

Wed, 27 Jan 2010 11:26:47 -0600

One of the serious problems encountered by millions of people in the US is identity theft, and a prime way through which identity is stolen is via pick pocketing wallet. In other words, identity theft mostly occurs when thieves steal wallet containing in it most critical information such as credit card, debit card, ATM cards, driver's license, and social security card number. The consequences of wallet theft as well as identity theft are quite distressing and it may affect you in a number of ways, from piling up your credit account to losing your job as well as reputation

Quick and Simple Tips to Keep Away From Identity Theft

Fri, 22 Jan 2010 13:18:50 -0600

Identity theft happens when a thief use your personal information such as credit card details, social security card number, and driver's license to commit frauds, from simple fraudulent activities to serious crimes, which in turn may affect your reputation as well as good credit. Sometimes identity theft may lead to the loss of your job. In fact, ID theft can create serious problems in your life.

Some Tips to Keep Your Wallet Safe From Pickpocketers

Fri, 22 Jan 2010 11:30:47 -0600

Majority of people consider identity theft as an electronic crime. But the truth is that only 11% of identity theft happens as a result of online spam and more than 50% of identity theft that occurs in the US is due to pickpocketing as well as other ways such as dumpster diving, cloning your card details using a special kind of device, and stealing your mailbox.

Tips to Prevent Wallet Theft

Wed, 20 Jan 2010 07:51:05 -0600

Identity theft is one of the serious crimes that adversely affect the lives of millions of people per year in the US. As per the studies revealed by the credit card companies, one of the prime reasons for identity theft is pick-pocketing. In other words, about 50% of identity theft occurring in the US is obtained from the stolen wallets.

Different Ways Through Which Your Identity Could Be Stolen

Fri, 15 Jan 2010 21:53:12 -0600

Identity theft is now fast becoming a serious crime in the US, and many people have been badly affected as a result of this. Identity theft depicts a deceptive activity in which your most valid information including social security card, bank notes, checks, passport, and credit cards are stolen by another person for illicit purposes.

How to Protect Your Identity

Fri, 15 Jan 2010 14:02:17 -0600

Identity theft has become a serious threat in the US affecting more than ten million people per year. A thief may steal and utilize another person's personal details including name, date of birth, passport details, credit card, driver's license, and social security number for personal gain, thereby leaving credits in the owner's name. In other words, these procured details may be used for several unscrupulous activities, from committing to petty crimes and buying some valuables in your name to draining your bank account or opening new account and taking loans.

Anti Pick-Pocket Tips

Wed, 13 Jan 2010 11:16:54 -0600

Pickpocketing is an act of stealing wallets or purses containing in it valuables like money and personal information such as credit card, driver's license, and social security card in order to utilize it for personal benefits. It has become a serious crime in the US, as pickpocketing may sometimes result in identity theft, causing huge amount of loss to the owner. According to the studies by the credit card companies, majority of identity theft occurring in the US is obtained through stolen wallets.

Simple Tips to Prevent Identity Theft

Fri, 08 Jan 2010 15:30:44 -0600

It is estimated that more than ten million people are affected as a result of identity theft in the US. Identity theft is a distressing activity in which thieves use your personal information including credit cards, debit cards, driver's license, social security number, and ATM cards in order to commit crime, that may be simple to critical which may even sometimes lead to the loss of your job or reputation. From conventional yet common ways like pickpocketing your wallet and purses and phone spam to dumpster diving and skimming that is cloning your sensitive information using a kind of special device, a variety of options is adopted by thieves to retrieve your personal information in order to gain personal benefits.

Prevent Identity Theft and Save Your Valuable Data

Thu, 07 Jan 2010 17:12:49 -0600

Identity theft has now become a serious crime affecting more than ten million people in the US. Identity theft refers to a fraudulent activity that involves the usage of identity of one person by another person for illegal purposes. In fact, the consequences of identity theft is quite distressing, as criminals mostly use your identity for such purposes as opening new bank accounts, acquiring new credit cards, and loans, but eventually leaving all credit in your name.

Detect and Deter Identity Theft

Sun, 03 Jan 2010 09:51:53 -0600

Identity theft is a serious issue that is faced by many people in the US. According to the studies, two out of five people is affected by identity theft in every one hour. Identity theft is simply a term used to depict illegal or fraudulent activities that is done by a criminal or a thief using another person's identity.

Consequences of Credit Card Identity Theft

Thu, 31 Dec 2009 09:43:06 -0600

Credit card identity theft is simply a category of identity theft, for which your credit card is used as a means for illicit purposes. Usually, credit cards are used to perform fraudulent activities such as to withdraw funds from your account without your authorization, purchase goods in your name, and to obtain bank loans and open another credit card account, thereby leaving all debts and credits for you to clear.

Best Ways to Prevent Identity Theft

Sun, 27 Dec 2009 07:37:51 -0600

Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the US and has now reached in epidemic dimension. Identity theft simply refers to a fraudulent activity in which one person steals another person's personal information including credit card, social security card number, and passport details in order to use it for unauthorized purposes.

How to Organize a Travel Wallet?

Fri, 04 Dec 2009 08:08:30 -0600

Travel wallets, as the name suggests, are a category men's wallets that are designed exclusively to cater to your travel needs. No matter you are an occasional or a frequent traveler, a travel wallet enables you to stay organized, thereby helping you to save your time. A travel wallet is relatively big in contrast to ordinary wallets, and comes with an array of compartments and slots to hold your travel-related documents such as passport, ticket, and boarding pass as well as other important information including credit card, ATM card, and driver's license.