#1
I need some advice pit. A couple days ago I lost my wallet. I looked everywhere in my house and vehicle and cannot find it anywhere. I really don't think it was stolen. The only important things that were in it were my license, social security card, health insurance card, atm card and $20. Has this happened to anyone else and what are the steps to replacing everything?
#2
the "ONLY" important things it has is every important thing you own....
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the "ONLY" important things it has is every important thing you own....


^^
#4
yeah this has probably happened to somebody else


really though, if you've really looked everywhere and are totally certain it's gone, call your providers and let them know i think
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#5
I lost my wallet a couple years ago. It's a horrible feeling. But you'll have to start ordering new cards of everything you had in there.
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#6
Bad move keeping your social security card in there. Now you have to live with the potential threat of identity theft. Have fun with that.
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#7
Alert your bank, keep an eye on your credit, call the police. I've lost my wallet before, it can be a pain in the ass. My identity wasn't stolen, but I heard that stuff is a bitch. especially with your social out there. good luck!
#8
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Alert your bank, keep an eye on your credit, call the police. I've lost my wallet before, it can be a pain in the ass. My identity wasn't stolen, but I heard that stuff is a bitch. especially with your social out there. good luck!

^This. A million times, this.

You need to call the bank, have them cancel that card & send you another, figure out who it is in the government that you need to call to let them know that your social security card is out there (not sure if they will reassign you a new number or just tell you that you are boned, but they NEED to know so that you can prove it if someone does actually steal your identity) and you probably won't be able to get a new licence until you get the social security part worked out.
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#9
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^This. A million times, this.

You need to call the bank, have them cancel that card & send you another, figure out who it is in the government that you need to call to let them know that your social security card is out there (not sure if they will reassign you a new number or just tell you that you are boned, but they NEED to know so that you can prove it if someone does actually steal your identity) and you probably won't be able to get a new licence until you get the social security part worked out.


I'm pretty sure they don't issue you a new number, except in extreme cases (witness protection, etc.), but they should issue a new card for him.
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#10
Quote by matt360
the "ONLY" important things it has is every important thing you own....


Pretty much, someone gets your drivers license and social security number, and your screwed.

I'd start notifying whoever you can about the possibility of your identity being stolen.
#11
My friend lost his wallet last year. He got it back 7 months or so later when his dopehead brother confessed to stealing it for the money. Damned druggies will steal anything, man, anything.
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