What You Need to Know to Live a Safe, Secure Life In today's society, predators lurk in unexpected places, but awareness is the first step in preventing personal attacks, burglaries, workplace violence, and other crimes. Think Safe shows you how to: Ensure the safety of your children, from before birth, through school, and into college and adulthood, with straightforward advice and prevention strategies; Protect yourself and your loved ones against common, but often unforeseen, scams and swindles; Find help and support for such issues as domestic violence, sexual harassment, personal attacks, identity theft, and elder abuse; Identify and act on potentially violent behaviors in your employees and coworkers; Assess the security of your home and neighborhood with an industry professional Residential Security Survey.Or, you may want to call the publisher to verify the expiration date and to confirm that the caller is authorized to renew your subscription. ... D Keep information about your bank accounts and credit cards to yourself- unless you know who youa#39; re dealing with. ... The seller must inform you of your right to cancel, and give you a summary of your cancellation rights and two copies of the cancellation form.
|Author||:||James M. McGrew|
|Publisher||:||Cameo Publications - 2005-01-01|