Don’t Abbreviate 2020 When Signing Documents
So for the only time during this century, the year ends in the same two numbers that start it. Is that confusing? 2020!
In any event, it behooves you to write out "2020", and not abbreviate it, when signing legal documents.
For example, if you write the date like this...1/15/20, one could easily add two additional digits at the end to make it reflective of a previous year, making it fraudulent.
Recently, Maine police were warning folks of this issue on necn.com.
Happy New Year!