Tuesday, May 24, 2005
MSNBC.COM -- It was bad enough when you had to stand behind someone at the grocery store who hadn't even pulled their checkbook out of their purse until the entire order was rung up... only to then push the glasses up on their nose to squint at the register and then look around the store for some clue as to where they were... now it's turning out to be very easy to rip people off... all you need is their checking account number and routing number, both found on any check. With those two pieces of information, you can write checks in their name. Keep that in mind the next time you pay anyone with a check... how well do you trust the person receiving your check?
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