I thought these “easy to remember for you, hard to remember for others” security questions from Wells Fargo are typical of the lifestyle and priorities of people who lived in the U.S. I can think of answers on the bolded ones. But “favorite city other than where you live now”? Wow, I think I heard that topic come up hundreds of times among my college friends. Why would that matter? And are you sure you know your city well enough (is your city that small?) to rate it against hundreds of other cities in the country?
What is your favorite city other than where you live now?
What is the name of the street your best friend from high school lived on?
What is the name of the junior high/middle school you attended?
What was the model year of your first car? (YYYY)
What is your father’s middle name?
In what city was your paternal grandfather (father’s father) born?
What is the first name of your spouse’s mother?
What is the last name of your favorite historical figure?
What year did you graduate from high school? (YYYY)
What is the last name of your favorite teacher?
What is the name of your first pet?
What is the date of your parent’s wedding anniversary? (MMDD)
What is the first name of your oldest nephew/niece?
What is your first child’s middle name?
What is your all-time favorite movie?
What year did you start high school? (YYYY)
What year did you graduate from junior high/middle school? (YYYY)
The first time you flew in an airplane, what was your destination?
In what city was your mother born?
What is your oldest sibling’s middle name?
What year were you married? (YYYY)