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To Jaguar:

Every time you write a check the recipient has access to your bank account numbers - Same thing occurs when merchants handle a credit card payment or debit. Having access to your bank account numbers is not the same as having access to the account. For that, a person would (hopefully) have to provide proper identification.

On line fax services use encryption. Look for the small lock that will appear at the top of the browser. Find out from the on line service what they do with the fax copy once it has been transmitted. Do they store them on line for a number of days? Are they destroyed after the fax has been received? And so forth.

(Intercepting a telephone call or fax requires special equipment and is a federal crime.)

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