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I, like many of your loyal subscribers, look forward to reading the AARP magazine when it arrives in my mailbox each month. I enjoy the articles that cover a wide range of topics that are of interest to seniors.
However, I have a concern regarding AARP magazine and identity theft. In my June/July 2012 AARP magazine I found that my name and other personal identifying information was printed not only in the address label on the front cover, but also on page 76 of the magazine and on one or more of the pull-out cards from healthcare insurance companies. Since I was hit by an identity theft incident a few years ago, I am very sensitive about removing ALL personal identity information from printed materials before disposal. AARP magazine adds an extra burden to cleanse this personal information from all of the “nooks and crannies” of their magazine. Can AARP magazine simply stop this truly annoying practice?