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Realizing that someone has stolen some of your hard-earned money is one of the most gut-wrenching experiences there is.

As you can imagine, I’m much more careful now, but on two separate occasions I’ve gone through this horrifying experience. While horrifying may seem a bit of an exaggeration, the level of fear that fills your body when you think you may have to come up with money that was simply stolen from you is sickening. Both times, I lost a credit or bank card and someone found it. Instead of returning it or calling the police, those dishonest (or perhaps desperate) souls took what wasn’t theirs and left me with a boatload of fear and paperwork.

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