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Uniball Gel Pen

Price as Reviewed:
$23.78 / pack of 12
According to Frank Abignale, whose life story was depicted in the film "Catch Me if You Can" (starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks), it is quite easy for someone to "wash" the ink off of your checks. Criminals then re-write the checks, changing the amount and "payable to" section while leaving the signature intact.

One way to prevent this from happening is to use a "gel" pen. They aren't expensive and can really help protect you against fraudulent checks being written on your account.

  • Smooth-flowing gel produces skip-free lines for outstanding, steady lines every time
  • Perfect for drawing, signing documents, note taking and more
  • 1.0 mm point for strong, sure strokes that create clear, noticeable medium-sized lines
  • Auto-retractable tip protects your pockets.
  • Cushiony rubber grip for sensational comfort and control
  • Super-sleek barrel conveniently displays the ink supply level
  • Refillable for continued use


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"My purse was stolen in December 1990. In February 1991, I started getting notices of bounced checks. About a year later, I received information that someone using my identity had defaulted on a number of lease agreements and bought a car. In 1997, I learned that someone had been working under my Social Security number for a number of years. A man had been arrested and used my SSN on his arrest sheet. There's a hit in the FBI computers for my SSN with a different name and gender. I can't get credit because of this situation. I was denied a mortgage loan, employment, credit cards, and medical care for my children. I've even had auto insurance denied, medical insurance and tuition assistance denied." - From a consumer complaint to the FTC, January 2, 2001
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