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So Saturday night I was at a party that just had a "bad vibe"... Well, long story short I got jumped--face kicked in pretty bad by a buncha mexican and black guys.. Can't open my right eye... it was nuts and turned into a mexican versus black racial fight.. I'm just glad I didn't get shot/stabbed.

Guess I shoulda left when we realized we were outta place there(white being the minority). Anyways my wallet was jacked in the scuffle. I canceled my credit cards, but I had my Social Security card in there.. wtf do I do now? I'm real concerned about identity theft.. :wall:
 

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That sucks a$$ man sorry to hear that. I was in a similar situation but wasn't as bad and i think my wallet was in my car? Hopefully somthign works out i am not sure about the social security card my mom yells at me when she sees me carrying it.
 

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Its a pain in the a$$ to get all the info in a wallet replaced. For your Soc. card, its not to hard. Go to the social security office and the will give you the paper work and let you know what info you need to present to get a new card.

By the sound of it ID theft probly isnt to big of a threat. It sounds like more of a crowd that will swipe the cash and maybe run a card or 2 and ditch the rest.
 

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yeah I didn't know there was a problem with carrying it until I talked to my dad today.. he said he used to carry it until he heard something on TV about identity theft.. man i feel like a dumbass, :wall: shoulda never been in that part of town(didn't know any better till it was too late, it was in Wichita, and I'm not familiar with the area at all)..


Its a pain in the a$$ to get all the info in a wallet replaced

yeah luckily my cash was in my front pocket and the only cards in there was my drivers license, health ins. card, AAA, credit cards, soc. security, student ID... It could have been worse
 

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Yes, your a dumbass :flipoff: but thats a different story.

I had my soc card in my wallet when it was picked at Ozfest, along with other info. Its an easy mistake.

{expletive} it man it sucks but no reason to kick your self in the nutts over it.
 

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On 2005-12-11 22:04, MUCHADO wrote:


yeah luckily my cash was in my front pocket and the only cards in there was my drivers license, health ins. card, AAA, credit cards, soc. security, student ID... It could have been worse


I would be willing to bet the wallet was dicardedafter they found no cash and saw that it was dam near bone dry.

If you step back and look at it, it was a good move on your part to have allmost all of your important {expletive} in another place.
 

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[img=320x240]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v488/muchado/carnage/eye1.jpg[/img]

:wall: :twak: :kicknuts:
 

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On 2005-12-12 01:09, K5Chris wrote:
got any pics of what you look like after you got jumped? :idiot:

your one ugly summabitch

eh other than some bruises on my sides from gettin kicked all i got is a mad black eye...

.. and i kno im an ugly sunobizznatch, what's ur point :flipoff:
 

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tell ya what robbo, u pay me 50$ a week and all the food i can eat i will be your body gaurd..... But no singing that song to me from that movie got it it makes me tear up.... :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
 

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On 2005-12-12 01:39, MUCHADO wrote:


eh other than some bruises on my sides from gettin kicked all i got is a mad black eye...

.. and i kno im an ugly sunobizznatch, what's ur point :flipoff:
think of it as a free face lift :fu: :rotfl:
 
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You need to contact all 3 credit reporting companies and let them know that you're Social Security card was stolen.
Keep an eye on your credit report and make sure there are no credit lines opened up.
 

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First off, why does everyone carry their SS card with them, can't you remember the numbers?

Secondly, a police report may be needed to officially have your rear end covered. You did get a polcie report, right?

Some banks and the SS Office will not believe you unless you bring them in a copy of the police report.

Anyways, cancel the cards, call all of the financial institutions you have accounts with, and notify the SS Office. They can put a red flag on your SS number to any new and previously unopened accounts.

Identity theft is actually pretty rare from just having yor wallet stolen.
 

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On 2005-12-12 09:20, LPD111 wrote:

Identity theft is actually pretty rare from just having yor wallet stolen.

not really, my wife had heres stolen from her locker years back when she worked at Jewel.

when she went to return some Jeans she had gotten as a gift back to Kohls, she was about arrested because the person who stole her crap made a ton of returns without receipts.

then there was the credit cards, and all the open utility accounts in her name, and bounced checks from the bank accounts that person opened up.

she didnt have her SS card in her wallet, just the # on her drivers license.
 
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On 2005-12-12 09:20, LPD111 wrote:
First off, why does everyone carry their SS card with them, can't you remember the numbers?

I carry my card sometimes. Whenever to the Casino's I take it with me. If you win over a grand, the casino wont release the money without seeing the card.
 

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he fell on dreds table ....













good story being jumped





:rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :flipoff:
 

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On 2005-12-12 09:20, LPD111 wrote:
First off, why does everyone carry their SS card with them, can't you remember the numbers?

Didn't know any better.... should have, now I do.

Secondly, a police report may be needed to officially have your rear end covered. You did get a polcie report, right?

Some banks and the SS Office will not believe you unless you bring them in a copy of the police report.

Nope, got the hell outta there. Already got the cards canceled.. Now hopefully I don't need one at the SS office. I will go take care of that today...what a f-in mess :wall:

Thanks for the advice guys. Hopefully nothin happens with the SS card.. it was hidden so maybe it'll just get thrown away with the wallet.
 

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On 2005-12-12 10:16, v10sport wrote:

I carry my card sometimes. Whenever to the Casino's I take it with me. If you win over a grand, the casino wont release the money without seeing the card.

I have never heard of that. My wife won $1500 at the boats in March and she only needed her DL.

I have been with my brother in-law on several ocassions where he won over $1,000 and only needed to wtrite down his info, did not even need ID.

Anyways, I still would never carry my card with me.
 

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On 2005-12-12 10:12, does it matter wrote:


not really, my wife had heres stolen from her locker years back when she worked at Jewel.

when she went to return some Jeans she had gotten as a gift back to Kohls, she was about arrested because the person who stole her crap made a ton of returns without receipts.

then there was the credit cards, and all the open utility accounts in her name, and bounced checks from the bank accounts that person opened up.

she didnt have her SS card in her wallet, just the # on her drivers license.

Thus the work I used, "RARE". Meaning it does happen, just not often.

Tell her to use a lock next time.
 
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