You’ve seen the Surgeon General’s Warning on cigarettes. Should there be an Attorney General’s Warning on checks?
Attorney General Rob McKenna was a guest Tuesday morning on KZOK’s Bob Rivers show. As McKenna talked about all-too-common scams involving fake checks, wire transfers and Craigslist ads, wisecrack Rivers suggested a new prevention strategy:
Add a skull and crossbones logo to all checks along with a warning like this, “This check is hazardous. Don’t inhale this check. Don’t immediately go out and spend it on something.”
So what do you think? Do we need to scare people to protect them?