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Uniball Helps Prevent Check Fraud

Uni-ball Helps Prevent Check Fraud

Image: What Is Check Fraud and How Can You Protect Yourself?

Uni-ball® 207™ is teaming up with Frank W. Abagnale, one of the most respected experts on identity theft and the person whose life is chronicled in the blockbuster movie “Catch Me If You Can,” to help individuals protect themselves from a common form of check fraud.

An epidemic of something called “check washing” has given rise to numerous law enforcement task forces, including the FBI, Secret Service, U.S. Postal Service and local and federal authorities. According to the National Check Fraud Center, some $815 million is lost each year in the United States to this type of fraud.

Check washing is a process where checks are stolen from the mail or by other means and the ink is erased using common household products. The thieves will then rewrite the check payable to themselves, in the amount of their choosing.

Learn from identity theft expert Frank Abagnale of Many uni-ball gel pens use inks that contain color pigments, which are absorbed in to a check’s paper fibers. When an individual tries to “wash” the information written on the check, the ink is in effect trapped.

Abagnale says prevention is the most effective strategy in counteracting check washing. He advocates using certain uni-ball gel pens to protect against this escalating check washing threat, singling out the uni-ball® 207™ as his favorite in deterring the act.

Image: The Facts

  • The Nilson Report estimates check fraud losses to be about $20 billion annually

  • The Federal Trade Commission reported nearly 9.9 million Americans have been victims of identity theft, costing consumers $5 billion and banks and businesses $48 billion each year.

  • The National Check Fraud Center estimates check washing, a specific type of check fraud, costs Americans $815 million each year.

  • On average, it costs a victim $1,173 and 175 man-hours to get their credit report straightened out


Tips to Protect against Check fraud and identity theft

Abagnale suggests the following basic measures to protect against check fraud and identity theft:

Wrap It Up – When giving monetary gifts, avoid placing checks in the mail. If unavoidable, make sure the check is wrapped with a sheet of paper or in a card, making the check less likely to be viewed outside of the envelope.

Be Secure – Never leave mail in an unsecured mailbox. Instead, drop your outgoing mail at a post office or locked postal boxes. Abagnale says approximately 99 percent of all checks that are washed are stolen out of home mailboxes.

Beware Of Too Much Stuffing – If public mailboxes are nearly full, find another secure box to drop your mail in. Thieves prey on mailboxes that fill up during the weekend because access is easy.

Check Your Checks – Using secure checks is an important component in preventing check fraud. Highly secure checks should include at least eight safety features, including controlled paper, a true watermark, thermochromatic ink, and toner anchorage on laser checks for business use.

Leave A Lasting Mark – Use a uni-ball 207 gel pen when signing checks. The black ink in the 207 is bold and contains color pigments that absorb into paper fibers.

Examine Financial Statements – As soon as you receive bank and credit card statements, carefully make sure you purchased everything mentioned.

Invest In A Shredder – When throwing away sensitive documents, always destroy it first. Crosscut shredders are your best bet because they cut your data into tiny squares, making it almost impossible to piece your information back together.

So Many Passwords – You may be tempted to use the same password for everything, keeping things simple. Remember that if anyone cracks your personal code, access will be granted to all your personal accounts. Take the time to create unique and original passwords for all your personal accounts.

Keep Social Security Information Close – Employers, credit grantors and schools may need your Social Security number, but your grocery store’s savings club does not. When someone asks for it, ask why it’s needed, where it will be used and how it will be kept secure.

Only Carry What You Need – It’s one thing to be prepared, but you really aren’t going to need your Social Security card when you run to the grocery store. Keep any unessential cards locked up at home.

Secure The Office Front – After safely stowing your personal belongings in your work area, look into company security procedures. Talk to your boss and explain the importance of keeping personal information confidential.

For more tips and information about protecting yourself against check fraud and identity theft, go to In addition, his new book – “Real U – Guide To Identity Theft” – is now available online and at bookstores nationwide.


Frank W. Abagnale's Bio

Image: Frank W Abagnale, Author, Lecturer and Consultant

Frank AbagnaleFrank W. Abagnale is one of the world's most respected authorities on the subjects of forgery, embezzlement and secure documents. For over twenty-five years he has lectured to and consulted with hundreds of financial institutions, corporations and government agencies around the world.

His rare blend of knowledge and expertise began as a teenager. More than thirty-five years ago he was known as one of the world's most famous confidence men as depicted in his best-selling book, Catch Me If You Can." He cashed $2.5 million in fraudulent checks in every state and 26 foreign countries over a five-year period. Between the ages of 16 and 21, he successfully posed as an airline pilot, an attorney, a college professor and a pediatrician. Apprehended by the French police when he was 21 years old, he served time in the French, Swedish and U. S. prison systems. After five years he was released on the condition that he would help the federal government, without remuneration, by teaching and assisting federal law enforcement agencies.

Mr. Abagnale believes that punishment for fraud and recovery of stolen funds are so rare, prevention is the only viable course of action.Mr. Abagnale has been associated with the FBI for over twenty-five years. He lectures extensively at the FBI Academy and for the field offices of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. More than 14,000 financial institutions, corporations and law enforcement agencies use his fraud prevention programs. In 1998, he was selected as a distinguished member of "Pinnacle 400" by CNN Financial News. Mr. Abagnale's most recent book is "The Real U Guide to Identity Theft" available in book stores and online. He has also written "The Art of the Steal", which is available through Random House/Broadway Books. In 2004 Mr. Abagnale was selected as the national spokesperson for the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA).

Mr. Abagnale was the subject of a major motion picture entitled "Catch Me If You Can", directed by Steven Spielberg with Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks. "Catch Me If You Can" is currently in development for a television series to air in 2006. The series will be produced by DreamWorks Television. The story is also in development as a Broadway play and will be produced and written by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, Tony Award winners for "Hairspray".

Mr. Abagnale believes that punishment for fraud and recovery of stolen funds are so rare, prevention is the only viable course of action.

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