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Old 06-11-2012, 03:56 AM   #61
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Just had the money reimbursed for the second billing period of my debit card ripoff. 1800 Euros, to add to the 2400 Euros in the first month.

I may have made a small profit on the deal. One of the fraudulent transactions was for 300 Euros with an online car parts dealer. I just noticed that - presumably because some part was unavailable - there was a 40 Euro refund made on that transaction. I won't report this, not so much because I feel entitled to the money, as because I suspect that there is no procedure to handle it.

Age 56, retired July 1, 2012; DW is 60 and working for 2 more years. Current portfolio is 2000K split 50 stocks/20 bonds/30 cash. Renting house, no debts.
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Old 06-11-2012, 05:13 AM   #62
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I logged on to my bank account this morning to check that my mortgage was paid (and it was) and just because I read this thread I decided to check my credit cards charges as well since they were just a click away. Sadly I had a $500 charge to Disneyland a couple days back which neither my wife nor I had any knowledge about.

I seem to be getting fraudulent charges a couple times a year now and it is getting really annoying.

Stupid is as stupid does. - Forrest Gump
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