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Lakewood, NJ 08701
Emergency officials across the nation are urging people to make emergency contact information easily found on their mobile phone by identifying it with the designation of .ICE (in case of emergency). This way, an emergency official who finds a person unconscious or otherwise unable to communicate can easily discover whom to contact. A period should appear before the ICE to ensure it appears at the top of the phone’s address book.
Rarely give out your Social Security number. Financial institutions, such as banks and credit card companies, typically require the number. However, many places request it that do not need it.
Shred documents containing personal information. Some identity thieves get information by looking through trash, where they find whole documents listing all the information needed to commit ID theft. Shredding can prevent ID theft by this method. Also, find out how the organizations to which you do give your personal data dispose of papers that have your information. If they don’t shred, use another institution.
Monitor your credit report. Consumers are entitled to one free credit report annually. Go to www.annualcreditreport.com.
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