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Author Topic: Help! My wallet is stolen  (Read 1995 times)

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joseph_abbott

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Help! My wallet is stolen
« on: 06. March 2008., 14:42:19 »
I know that this is not going to help me right now as I am already a victim of theft. My wallet has been stolen and I have lost all my important documents that even included my financial details. I fear that they may be used to make my accounts drain. I have already taken the necessary steps for this but this is going to be a real danger in future as it is sometimes too late and by that time everything is gone. I wanted to know that if there are any pre-steps that we can take in case of wallet theft?
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Help! My wallet is stolen
« on: 06. March 2008., 14:42:19 »




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Re: Help! My wallet is stolen
« Reply #1 on: 07. March 2008., 09:44:11 »
My first advice will be to explore our section dedicated to "Security Newbies" :police:: http://scforum.info/index.php/board,18.0.html

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