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Is it safe to mail my social security number?

by Larry Chiang on January 26, 2015

Larry Chiang is an instructional standup comedian at the super bowl and bequeaths JBAs (Jedi in Business Administration) upon NFL alums. He will program your brain with Stanford entrepreneurship knowledge and street smart, franchise startups by Friday parties of super bowl week. After a Harvard Business School event, they wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School“. He spoke at a BASES event, did Q&A via text message and wrote: “How Should an Undergrad Go About Building an Artificially High FICO Score


Larry ChiangBy Larry Chiang

I remember learning credit tips from my mentor, Gerri Detweiler. She wrote the “Ultimate Credit Handbook”. Link to this book in the comments below after you google it :-))

She advised getting a free annual credit report using this FTC form. Later, I was asked if this was safe by Rachel in Texas. She was referred to my by Drew who is a VC at G51. Rachel asked me via the text line: “Should I request a credit report via PO Box 105281 Atl 30348 using Certified Mail With Return Receipt”.

It is safe to simply stick a self-adhesive stamp on a #10 envelope.

this is a real postage stamp the US postal service sells this is a real postage stamp the US postal service sells

US laws have very strict penalties for stealing mail. It is safe to use the US postal service to mail in this form:

It looks like this:

#PObox105281 #PObox105281

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