Identity Theft

February 12, 2014 BEEE'S
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I used to provide identity theft plans to the general public as an pre-paid legal associate. I,m sure you know the saying “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. I’ve heard horror stories. Can you imagine being pulled over for a tail light and going to jail because someone used your name. Imagine showing up at an car lot to purchase a car and being told “thanks for paying off your car with us mrs. smith how may we help you today”. You would be shocked because this is your first time at said location.

Imagine a whole nation having it’s identity stolen. You are unique, and no one else has your finger prints. An impersonator can imitate your voice or the way you hold your head back when you laugh, but they can never be the original. Were you ever out and someone came up to you or waved from far away? After closer inpection you were probably told “i’m sorry i thought you were someone else”. Mistaken identity happens alot. Some people grew up in the projects and deny any knowledge of what projects are as it relates to housing.

Our first ideas of who we are come from our parents and immediate family. If you allow outside forces to identify you it leads to an unfulfilled life. Many people were told by their parents your beautiful, your intelligent, you can accomplish anything. Many took the word of classmates and teachers who told them the opposite. Every individual is a unique creation of the most high. Your fashioned by the hands of the master potter. You were born with talents that are unique. You have reserviors of potential that if you tap into will spring up treasures for yourself and mankind. Love the skin your in beloved. Refine the trinkets of knowledge, skill, and education you receive along the way. Never take on someone else’s identity you bury yourself in the process.



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