Gives practical advice on how to avoid becoming a victim of burglary, robbery, car theft, confidence games, mail fraud, rape, or medical fraudHowever, should you be robbed, your losses can be minimized, and injury can be prevented. One thing ... Dona#39;t keep everything in a purse or billfold. ... If possible, carry only the credit cards you intend to use and the exact number of checks you intend to write. ... like Harry G., you find yourself looking at the barrel of a gun or at a knife or are otherwise threatened in the course of a robbery. ... You may fumble about, muttering that you cana#39;t find your wallet or that your ring wona#39;t come off.
|Title||:||Keeping out of crime's way|
|Author||:||Joseph E. Persico, George Sunderland|
|Publisher||:||Amer Assn Retired Persons - 1985-04|