How worried should I be about receiving credit card offers in the mail that have obviously been already opened by someone else? This has happened to me twice in the last six months, and I even notified my post office after the first time it happened. What else can I do to protect myself against identify theft and keep my mail secure? — M.V.
Ah, we all want to know how to get good deals on flights, yes?
So Mike/Readers, if I may ask: What tricks do you use to make sure you’re properly stocked/organized/under control and avoid overspending dumb money because you’re not prepared. — S.M.M.
It doesn’t make a lot of sense to hold on to things you have no reason to keep, as we learned last week from Chanel Dubofsky’s story.
I just noticed that the credit available on my three credit cards has been drastically reduced. For example, I used to have a $5,000 limit on one, and now it’s down to $1,800. It’s not a problem, since I am determined not to use these cards Ever Again, but it seems counterintuitive.
href=”http://www.lastminute.com/site/main/locale-redirect.html”>lastminute.com and similar) and finding the cheapest flight thought I should see how much it costs on ba.com (British Airways’s site).