The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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"...taking place, complete with information on where to go and what to do. Many colleges have switched over to the electronic student ID card that must be swiped to gain access to dorms and other services. Students are given emergency numbers for calling campus security to handle everything from theft to illness or accident to assault to chaperoning a female student back to her dorm late at night. ..."
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"... talk on a cell phone, walk briskly, carry a whistle). ▪ Take a self defense class before heading off to college (see RAD in Chapter 9). - theft - Theft of personal items is always a concern no matter where you are living. You may want to consider insuring some of your more valuable ..."
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"... is usually no interest for this type of credit card. The consequences of not paying of the balance each month are severe. - Identity theft and Identity Fraud - Identity theft and fraud are crimes that take place when someone wrongfully steals your personal information in some way that ..."
"...Identity theft and fraud are crimes that take place when someone wrongfully steals your personal information in some way that involves fraud or deception and uses it for their own personal gain. Combinations of personal information such as your date of birth, social security number (SSN) or individual taxpayer identification number ..."
"...you do receive an offer for a pre-approved credit card, destroy the application before throwing it in the trash so no one else can use it. The U.S. Justice Department suggests remembering the word SCAM to reduce or minimize the risk of becoming a victim of identity theft or fraud: ..."
"...More and more identity theft and fraud scams are coming to light on practically a daily basis. Many of these are perpetrated via the internet on social networking sites and email. Cyber-criminals have so many ways of lifting personal information from your computer that it is impossible to mention them all here. A good ..."
"...Despite taking all these precautions and through no fault of your own, you could still become a victim of identity theft or fraud. If you suspect this may have happened to you, contact the police and the financial institution immediately. They may advise you to close out the account that has been tampered with or opened fraudulently in your name. You should also report it to one (or all three) ..."

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