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Newsletter #2: Girls Special Occasion Dresses

Do you have a special occasion coming up and need an appropriate dress for your little princess? Regardless of the occasion, Kids Formal is sure to have just the right dress! Just a sample of the dresses we offer include birthday dresses, Quinceanefra dresses, Christening dresses, flower girl dresses, Christmas dresses, Easter dresses, Baptism dresses, pageant dresses and many other formal dresses.

You will also be pleased with the abundance of girls’ accessories we carry. These include flower girl baskets, boleros, gloves, jewelry, girls dress shoes, rhinestone tiaras, handbags and much more! All of our girls special occasion dresses are very reasonably priced. In fact, you may think you’ve found a treasure chest full of discounted dresses for girls. However, while our dresses are affordable, there is nothing cheap about them. They are even more beautiful in person and of the highest quality.

You will not be disappointed when you receive your special occasion dress and girls’ accessories from Kidsformal.com…

Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft

Yes, I know this does not seem like the type of post you expect to find on the KidsFormal.com blog…or any formal wear provider’s blog. However, after a recent incident I had this morning, I felt the need to share a few tips for how you can protect yourself from identity theft. So, I’ll start with what happened this morning that led me to post this article.

This morning, my husband and I went to a local diner for breakfast and on a whim I decided to pay with my credit card…which I very rarely use. After two attempts the cashier told me that a message “call customer service line” kept appearing and the card was declined. So, I went ahead and paid with my check card and came home.

When I called the credit card company I was transferred to the security department who wanted to verify a few transactions. Naturally, I got out my statement and was shocked to see that my card had been used 5 times in one day at a Dunkin Donuts shop in Brooklyn, NY! Thankfully, all of the combined charges totaled less than $20 and the credit card company put an emergency security hold on the card. Right after that, the thief tried to use the card number again at a CVS Pharmacy for $117.42, but thankfully, the hold was already in place and that was denied. There have been no further charge attempts on the card since.

However, that scared me so I naturally checked with all my other open accounts to make sure no fraudulent charges have been made. I also checked with Experian.com to make sure no new accounts have been opened in my name. There haven’t been. So, at the moment it appears that the incident was a close …