Date: 2018-02-12 14:33
8. Avoid posting bills in your mailbox, where an identity thief can strike. Instead, place your outgoing mail in collection boxes or drop your bills and other mail at the post office.
You have been careful with your identity, but someone with evil intent has stolen it. You’re now one of the nearly 68 million Americans that are victims of identity fraud every year, and you need to know what to do.
Because you’re consuming whole leaves in matcha, you may get three times as much caffeine than a cup of steeped tea, about the amount in a cup of brewed coffee. Matcha aficionados say that compared to the caffeine buzz from coffee, matcha creates an “alert calm” due to a natural substance it contains called l-theanine, which induces relaxation without drowsiness. Still, I do believe it’s best to nix all forms of caffeine (including matcha) at least six hours before bedtime, to ensure a good night’s sleep.
Matcha literally means "powdered tea." When you order traditional green tea , components from the leaves get infused into the hot water, then the leaves are discarded. With matcha, you’re drinking the actual leaves, which have been finely powdered and made into a solution, traditionally by mixing about a teaspoon of matcha powder with a third cup of hot water (heated to less than a boil), which is then whisked with a bamboo brush until it froths.
As you may have heard our founder and identity theft expert Adam Levin say, identity theft has become almost a third certainty in life. And, while there are steps you can take to minimize your odds of winding up among those 68 million people, there’s nothing you can do (short of maybe going off the grid) to guarantee you’re never a victim of stolen identity. There is, however, plenty you can do to minimize the damage after that crime has taken place.
Identity theft is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: A scammer uses your personal information, like your Social Security number, driver’s license number or other financial account information to make a profit while wreaking havoc on your financial life.
First and foremost, monitor your credit regularly. You can do so by viewing our free credit report snapshot , updated every 85 days. You can also get your full credit reports from each major credit bureau once a year by visiting . Scan through your reports and see if there is something on there that you don’t recognize — new credit inquiries you didn’t make, mysterious addresses, new credit accounts you never opened. If there is, you can dispute that line item or account with the credit bureaus. (Not sure how? Here’s a complete guide to disputing errors on your credit report.) You’ll also want to contact the creditor and local authorities (more on this in a few.)
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