Keep Your Money Safe

Videographer: Rick Fatke
Spokesperson: Erienne Andvik, college intern

This video appears courtesy of Home & Family FinanceŽ Resource Center

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"Even though I rarely travel, I found this video very informational. I would never have thought to make copies of everything and keep records just before going on vacation."
Kapriann, 15, Spokane, WA

"Seeing as how I am going to be traveling to South Africa with my parents next summer, for my senior trip, this video gives some great advice. Always making copies of anything (like credit cards) you have in your wallet and giving them to someone you trust, will allow you to quickly allert your bank or credit union if anything is lost of stollen!"
Sammi Jo, 16, Westby, WI

"This video was really good at giving tips on what to do with your money when you travel. When I went to Mexico, I had a mix of US money and Mexican money. Sometimes the restaurants and flea markets would take USA money but most of the time they took foreign (to me) money. Making copies of all your cards and money is a good idea! I never thought of that."
kendallweb, 15, Klamath Falls, OR

"This video was filled with good tips on what to do when traveling. I like the idea of travelers checks, since they can be refunded if stolen. It seems unsafe to carry stacks of cash in your pocket, but this solves that problem and makes carrying money safer."
Juice, 16, West Palm Beach, Fl

"I travel a lot so this was helpful! Especially when you go to a very foreign place and you are not at all familiar with your surroundings."
Rakhee Patel, 17, Seffner, FL

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