December 19, 2008, Newsletter Issue #92: Loss Prevention

Tip of the Week

If you are concerned about losing important documents or cash while traveling, consider a concealed pouch belt. This is different from the traditional "money belt" in that you wear it under your clothes, so that no one needs to know you have it on at all. These luggage accessories are usually made of thin, breathable fabrics like nylon or cotton.

Another option is a neck security wallet which can be tucked beneath a shirt. These are more convenient than the waist packs if you occasionally need to gain access to the contents while out on the road.

Finally, there are services such as StuffBak and LoJack for Laptops that promise to increase the chances of your being reconnected with your electronic goods if they are stolen.

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