What code do you have to type in to reach me? So many ID codes and so little time - well, guess what, life has changed dramatically in the last 30 years.
It was simple in the past. You went to the bank and the teller's knew who you were. Yes, there was a lot less people living back then, however, now things have changed. Now with people stealing identities, you have to have a code to do everything.
Bank codes, pass codes to get on the internet, pass codes to get into the MLS, security codes to lock up your phone, now there is a new one Q codes - it's almost become rediculous that we cannot live without them.
After all, I need a pass code to get into AR.
We used to have 2 party lines on our house phone. You would pick up the phone and the other person you shared your 2 party line phone was talking and you could listen (if you wanted to) or you could wait (just keep picking up the phone until they were off). Security wasn't the same back then. If your neighbor was talking about their finances on the phone - hey you could listen in if you were that type of person, but you didn't.
Now days, every one has a plethora of codes.
It's a shame that life has become a world of codes. Nothing is safe anymore - that is without a "code."
It is really sad that no one's privacy is safe anymore. Without many codes to type in - in order to get into your own information, you cannot get there.
Wasn't life easier before all the scam artists evolved? Are you protecting yourself from scam artists?
Karen Monsour, 954-464-4194