As difficult as it may be for some people to believe, texts are a primary method of communication for much of the world’s population. As a result, some very important information is often sent through texting.
Text communication is not used exclusively for business of course.
Partners, boyfriends/girlfriends, and friends often exchange really nice words and compliments via texting.
So what happens when you accidentally delete a text (one that you wanted to keep) in the process of doing something else on your phone? What if you want to restore a deleted text? Continue reading How to Restore Deleted Texts
News 12 out of Arizona ran an article talking about insurances you don’t need. On their list was Identity Theft Insurance. They say that Identity Theft Insurance “does not include unauthorized charges or funds siphoned from accounts.” What they recommend you do instead is check your credit reports regularly.
And yet, the federal government has now authorized blanket purchase agreements to two credit bureaus (Equifax and Experian), Bearak Reports, and a company called “Identity Force”, to provide policies, using taxpayer dollars, to people whose information is stolen from agencies of the Federal Government.
Continue reading Identity Theft Insurance – need or not?