The next time you order checks, have them imprinted with your first initial instead of your first name (e.g., G. Bush), suggests Commercial Law Bulletin. Why? If someone steals your checkbook, he or she won't know how to sign your name, but your bank (which keeps your signature card) will. Final tip: Make a copy of what's in your wallet (both sides) so you know what's missing if it's stolen, plus whom to call.
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