Originally Posted by G-Force Junkie
Yup, the fraud dept has killed my Sear MC twice over fuel usage. Get a clue idiots, three charges of $4.56 a day is not theft, its a half decent motorcycle ride. The last time they said they made a notation in my account not to kill it due to small fuel charges, we'll see if it happens again.
Damn, dejavu. On my trip from WA to TX, the drive back.....
I was strictly using my Debit card to avoid calling the credit card co that I primarily use. I figured since I have to use my pin, B of A wouldn't f me and shut it off. If I didn't have to sift through a IVR (phone tree), I would have called them. Made it from WA to OR to CA, almost to the AZ border and my card doesn't work at the pump, denied. Tried calling B of A in the sticks, cell keeps dropping out, at the gas station. Get pissed, use my CC, it works, so I carry on and figure I'll call B of A on the way, as I had lost 30 minutes thus far. Cell keeps dropping out, stop at a rest stop, make it through the phone tree, and then the cust. serv. rep kills the call
Stop at another gas station, spend 30 minutes to an hour getting it resolved in the conv. store payphone, I was livid. All over about $120 in gas/motel/food charges. $120 combined and I had used my pin everytime. asshats should know that if someone rips your card that they are going to go on a spree, not nickel and dime crap. And I bet it's more uncommon than common to have a thief jack your Debit card and know the pin! Their excuse? When we see your charges out of state like that, we call first, if no response, then we kill the card. I was like "I didn't receive a phone call" and they were like "You aren't at home". I don't have a home at the moment numbnutz and my cell is listed as my primary contact on the account. Never got a call or Vmail, nada
As you can tell, I'm still frikkin pissed to this day. Anytime I leave the state, I'll be making multiple phone calls prior to let them know so I can use my own money
Daddy, can I use my own money that I worked hard for, that's mine? Only if you call us first son