Eeeeks! Someone is buying moble phones.

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OldMan
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Eeeeks! Someone is buying moble phones.

Postby OldMan » Mon Jun 22, 2015 6:12 am

Well I can finally say I'm not a fraud virgin anymore. Someone tried to use my Citi double cash to buy a whole bunch of things from Samsung Mobile. The total was just over $2,000.

Fortunately Citi called me and asked if it was me, and was able to freeze/cancel the card before the transactions ever went through. Citi next day aired me a new card, so all and all, not bad just really annoying that someone got my information. :beat:
My Wallet:
Discover IT - $4000;
AMEX BCE $12000;
Citi Double Cash - $6600;
CHASE AARP Visa - $5000;
Banana Republic $1200;
NFM - $20,000;
Sears (Citi) MC - $6000;


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Re: Eeeeks! Someone is buying moble phones.

Postby MemberSince99 » Sun Jul 05, 2015 6:34 am

OldMan wrote:Well I can finally say I'm not a fraud virgin anymore. Someone tried to use my Citi double cash to buy a whole bunch of things from Samsung Mobile. The total was just over $2,000.

Fortunately Citi called me and asked if it was me, and was able to freeze/cancel the card before the transactions ever went through. Citi next day aired me a new card, so all and all, not bad just really annoying that someone got my information. :beat:



There seems to be more of this going around. I got my first taste of it as well. It was 10 dollars for Spotify. And Chase still "investigated" it, then 3 months later contacted me that they decided I did not have to pay for the fraud. Gee thanks guys, that's extremely generous of you not expecting me to fund some criminal's music listening. Is it ok if I don't make their car payment for them as well or is that asking too much?

Glad to hear Citi took care of it the right way.



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