Mature Life Features

Cecil Scaglione, Editor

If The Head Of Ikea . . .

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. . . ever gets elected president of Sweden,

I wonder how long it will take

to put his cabinet together.

Move Quickly to Reclaim Identity

More than 9 million cases of identity theft are estimated to occur each year and adults older than 60 — married women especially — are among the most likely victims. You can minimize the consequences of identity fraud if you act quickly should your important
documents or numbers, such as Social Security, credit cards or bank accounts, fall into someone else’s hands.
Your first step is to call the police and ask for a crime report. Attach copies of the report to letters you will send to credit-card companies and banks.
Replace your credit and debit cards with news ones, with new numbers, and close your checking account, too, and open a new one.
Check your credit report with Equifax, Experian and TransUnion for unfamiliar charges and ask that you be contacted if anyone tries to establish credit in your name.

Written by Cecil Scaglione

November 18, 2022 at 2:00 am

Posted in A Musing, Aging, Finance

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