How To Arm Yourself Against The War On Your Identity Part 3
How To Arm Yourself Against The War On Your Identity: Welcome To Part 3
We are continuing on the journey to help you understand, How To Arm Yourself Against The War On Your Identity. Before we continue from where we left off, I want you to click here to go to Part 2 of this series if you have not read it yet.
With that out of the way, lets progress along.
How To Arm Yourself Against The War On Your Identity: At Work
- Ask about information security procedures in your workplace or at businesses, doctor’s offices or other institutions that collect your personally identifying information.
- Find out who has access to your personal information and verify that it is handled securely.
- Ask about the disposal procedures for those records as well.
- Find out if your information will be shared with anyone else. If so, ask how your information can be kept confidential.
- Keep your purse or wallet in a safe place at work; do the same with copies of administrative forms that have your sensitive personal information.
- If you do financial transactions over the Internet, read their privacy and or security statements. You want to know who they share your personal information with. You want to know they use a “secure server” for transactions. You want to know how they store your personal information. If you don’t like what you hear, don’t do your business at that website. There are always alternatives.
- Use PayPal. You can transfer a limited number of funds into your paypal account and use it to buy merchandise online instead of your credit card.
- Don’t give out personal information on the phone, through the mail, or on the Internet unless you’ve initiated the contact or are sure you know who you’re dealing with.
- Before you share any personal information, confirm that you are dealing with a legitimate organization. Check an organization’s website by typing its URL in the address line, rather than cutting and pasting it.
- Be cautious when responding to promotions. Identity thieves may create phony promotional offers to get you to give them your personal information.
- Carry only the identification information and the credit and debit cards that you’ll actually need when you go out.
- Don’t carry your social security card with you unless you expect to need it.
How To Arm Yourself Against The War On Your Identity: Stay Tuned For Part 4
Thank you for taking time to read this article. There will be more material as the parts string along. Be sure to look out for the upcoming edition of How To Arm Yourself Against The War On Your Identity. Till then stay safe and Protect Your Goods
Take Care And God Bless
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