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Now if PsycDoc were to become a victim of identity theft, THAT would be funny.


How so?

In my ethic book I would not wish that on anyone!

I said that semi tongue-in-cheek. Nonetheless, it would be a case of the chickens coming home to roost as Doc would be fighting to remove incorrect information rather than changing correct information to his own advantage.

Some years ago someone managed to get our phone card information. We only found out about it when AT&T sent us a bill for nearly $10,000 in long distance calls (Ukraine, Pakistan, Estonia, Argentina, etc.). Fortunately, it was relatively easy to get rid of since it was obvious that multiple people were using the phone card info.


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