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Posted: 3/24/2001 12:59:43 AM EDT
I just registered at Widener's and found out that they want a copy of my drivers license on file before I can order. What do you guys think? Safe to do? Anybody white-out the number for security reasons, and will Widener's accept that?
Link Posted: 3/24/2001 2:15:45 AM EDT
Just started this thread...and it first appears on page 4
Link Posted: 3/24/2001 2:17:04 AM EDT
Yeah, time clock is off. Sending your info to Widners will be confidential. It is a cover their ass move incase you pull a columbine, they can prove they shipped to an adult and not a kid.
Link Posted: 3/24/2001 2:20:52 AM EDT
Crook....I scanned my licence, saved it on my hardrive, and e-mailed them a copy. It's been about a year, no problems.
Link Posted: 3/24/2001 2:58:35 AM EDT
I have ordered from them for years. I think the drivers lic thing is just a CYA measure to keep them out of hot water in case a minor uses some of their products in a crime. They are straight-up to deal with, prompt to ship things and have pretty good prices. I got an RCBS master reloaders kit from them as a Christmas present for my father-in-law last year. They had the best price I could find, it was in stock and the price INCLUDED shipping to my happy disbelief. Finnbear
Link Posted: 3/24/2001 3:04:08 AM EDT
Well the Feds already have your SSN and probably know the size of your underwear and how often you change it. The only worry would be a unscrupulous employee that wished to cash in on your accounts and/or create new ones using your SSN. But someone going through your trash can get that info too.
Link Posted: 3/24/2001 5:38:48 AM EDT
We've got guys posting pics of their arsenals. Gov.com already knows what you have or can find out without too much trouble. I wouldn't worry about Widners.
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