Not only do we have to break the habit of writing 2019, when we really mean 2020, but the dawn of a new decade also creates a unique opportunity for scammers, says Ira Rheingold, executive director for the National Association of Consumer Advocates.
I get enough of these "don't do..." FB every day. Post it there. Besides, I write '20. If you don't and someone alters the date, you alter right back with an apostrophe before the 20 and cry foul.
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