There is a warning been put out on the Internet for people NOT to use the abbreviated version of the date this year.
On a lot of official (and non-official) forms and paperwork we often write the year in by only the last 2 numbers: 4/1/20, 4th Jan 20, etc.
This year the smart suggestion is to make sure we write all 4 numbers to prevent fraud, theft, contractual arguments etc.
The problem is, because we write just 20, anyone can add the next 2 numbers.
20 suddenly can become 2001, 2010, 2054, or whatever number some conman chooses to use to his advantage.
It's a simple thing to do, just write 2020.
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