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"If they can get into your email they can see your orders, and different information about the orders you've placed on the internet and your contacts and other information you have online," said Campbell.
When it comes to your GPS, don't store your home address in the home location. Instead, Officer Campbell suggests putting a store or gas station that's close to where you live.
"This ID does have your picture on it, they could cut it out, glue it onto a fake passport," said Campbell.
My phones didn't give Campbell too many clues because they're password protected, but if yours isn't, there is limitless access to your personal life.
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Campbell suggests keeping information with your name and address like your proof of insurance and registration locked in your glove box.
a routing number and a name, you can go to an office supply store and get blank checks, type in all that information, and I can start printing out checks with all your information, and I can start cashing them."
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He says to never leave your checkbook in your car.
"It is tempting to leave junk mail in your car because we receive tons of it every day," explained Officer Douglas Campbell with the Greensboro Police Department. "But what I'd be concerned about is a person could take a credit card application and they could fill it out and they could say 'Yes I am Morgan Hightower, yes I want a Capitol One card, please mail it to my new address,' or a vacant house and they say 'Send my new credit card and all of my statements to that address,' and you'll never know unless you run your credit history every once in a while."
If you have a banking app on your phone or you've stored your checking account information on it or left your checkbook in the car and someone breaks in, Campbell says you're in trouble.
opener, and with the touch of a button, I'll be walking into your garage," said Campbell.
Officer Campbell searched through WFMY News 2's Morgan Hightower's car to see just what information crooks can get when they break in our cars.
knows where you live, they have directions to your house.
"I hate to be harsh; I can't give you a very good grade for keeping everything out of your car," explained Campbell.
"Every day we get more reports of people leaving their purses, their lap tops, their brief cases, their GPS' in their car, so it's a problem all over Greensboro," said Campbell. "Take all your valuable property if you can or hide it so people can't just look in the window and see."
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