Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Heart #30 goes to...Hammacher Schlemmer's Identity Theft Prevention Stamp

Heart #30 goes to...Hammacher Schlemmer's Identity Theft Prevention Stamp!  This really caught my eye because lately hubby and I have been talking about protecting all of our important paperwork, shredding documents and identity theft.  So when I got this product email from Hammacher Schlemmer, I thought the timing couldn't be better.  Our shredder is always working, but there are so many times when it's just not a good time to listen to that thing, especially because we live in an apartment building and have neighbors.  I think it's great to be able to just stamp away as you sort through and get rid of your mail and not have to worry.
Here is the description from their website:
This stamp will render printed personal information illegible without the clutter and obtrusiveness of a shredder. Using a fast-drying, waterproof, permanent ink, the stamp imprints a block of 385 characters (some of which are askew) in a bold sans-serif font to instantly conceal sensitive information on junk mail, credit card applications, bank statements, and more. The specially patterned impression makes any style of black text indecipherable, even when held up to light. The two included stamps (2 3/4" x 1" and 2 1/2" x 1 1/2") are sized to obscure names, addresses, account numbers, and more in one fell swoop. Inkpads provide up to 1,000 impressions. Includes two inkpad refills. Intended for use on non-glossy, uncoated paper.
It sells for $39.95 and you can buy extra ink pads.

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