Keep Your Personal Information Secure

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Keep Your Personal Information Secure

Always secure (under lock & key) your financial documents and/or records in a safe place in your home. It’s also a good practice to lock your wallet and/or purse in a safe place at your place of work. Always keep your personal information secure from roomies, friends, or other employees who may come into your house.

combination-safeMinimize what you carry on your person and when you go out, take only your means of identification, and any debit or credit cards you might need — Always leave your Social Security card at home. Make copies of your Medicare card and carry only the copy with you — unless your doctor requires the genuine article.

Before you share personal information at work, or other businesses, schools, doctor’s offices, etc., make it a habit to ask why they need it. It’s also your right to know what precautions they will take to keep your information safe — ask if they will be sharing your information with anyone; another company for example!

Buy a Shredder; most can be had for under $30.00 and then make it a habit of shredding receipts, credit card offers, loan applications, insurance applications, doctor statements, bank statements, expired credit cards, checks, and any other similar documents — anything with your personal information; especially those with your social security or credit/debit card numbers.

Black-out labels on prescription bottles and don’t share your health plan coverage information with anyone.

It’s always a good idea to remove mail that arrives in your mailbox promptly. And, if you won’t be home for more than 2-3 days, request the USPS put a vacation hold on all your mail. is the official Consumer Credit reporting industry website to accept and process request from customers to either opt-in or opt-out of firm offers of credit and/or insurance. You should consider opting out of offers for credit cards and/or insurance via the USPS. You can Opt-Out from receiving Firm Offers for Five Years or Opt-Out from receiving Firm Offers permanently. To submit your Opt–In or Opt–Out request by telephone; call toll free 1–888–567–8688. Deaf and hard of hearing consumers can opt–in or opt–out of firm offers through this website or by calling 7–1–1 and referring the Relay Operator to 1–800–821–9631 — or simply visit their website You should however consider opting-out cautiously as some offers can provide many benefits, so If you do opt out, you could miss out on some very good offers for credit and improve your credit rating in the process.

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Personal Loans

Personal Loans – can be a good option, but only if you have a good credit score; otherwise, the rates can be even higher than credit cards. Just what can you use a personal loan for?


When you Refinance – you are applying for a new loan. By refinancing, you are actually paying off the old loan by obtaining a new one.

Consolidation Loans

Consolidation Loans – combine several student or parent loans into one bigger loan from a single lender, which is then used to pay off the balances on the other loans.

Keep Your Personal Information Secure | All-State Credit Plan, LLC
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Keep Your Personal Information Secure | All-State Credit Plan, LLC
Always secure (under lock & key) your financial documents and/or records in a safe place in your home. It’s also a good practice to lock your wallet...