Megans safe holiday shopping tips 2018

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holiday safety tips 2018
  1. Keep your Situational awareness when out shopping, criminals are cowards and look for easy targets most of the time.

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    -Don’t park in areas that may put you at higher risk.
    -Try and scan crowds often for lurking or shifty body language.
    -Watching to see if someone has been hovering around you in multiple instances.
    -Keep your eyes on the hands, you can keep the surprises minimized by watching their primary forms of attack so maybe you will be ready.

     

  2. Dont leave items in plain sight, like new items in boxes, cell phones, or electronics, even liquor or loose change can entice someone to smash a window at no expense to them.

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    -Nothing says take my stuff like putting it right in front of them
    -out of sight out of mind, most thieves are opportunists

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  3. Check you credit card bill often, and don’t use your debit card online.

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    -Credit card companies care a lot more about their money, so its typical to find you get much better fraud protection from a hijacked credit card.
    -Use “SEE ID” instead of your signature on the back of your credit cards.
    -Cover your pin from creeping eyes

     

  4. Self Defense Items :

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    -Know that it works and how it works; if it be mace, taser or personal firearm.
    -Be prepared to use it if needed; don’t carry it if you aren’t in the mentality of being able to use it.
    -What is the clear task direction with consequence you’ll give to someone with out being timid.

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  5. Be proactive, not reactive.

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    -In any instance an ounce of care is better than a pound of cure, sometimes when things don’t feel right your best to just remove yourself from the situation.

     

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