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Author Topic: Stop abbreviating 2020. It leaves you open to fraud and could cost you big  (Read 247 times)

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Online VinDSL

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The solution is easy: There's no harm in writing the full date. Writing the month out can also help.

Write this: January 15, 2020. Not this: 1/15/20

Police have echoed the advice as well.

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Interesting.

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Yep I saw that on the news last night and it makes good sense. :)

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Yep I saw that on the news last night and it makes good sense. :)

But then you could of done the same with 19 make it into 1985, 1995, 1920 etc.  :D
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