Tuesday was a looooooong ass day. It wasn't a bad day, it was just long. As soon as I got done teaching piano lessons I checked my phone. I had two missed calls and a text from my credit card company. Someone used my card at an MTA LIRR station. $594.00 was charged.
WTF!? What could you buy for $594.00 at an MTA station? (Paul suggested perhaps a lifetime pass for free rides, but I don't think that exists.)
So even though all I wanted to do was shower, pour a glass of wine, and relax, I had to deal with that bullshit.
They are closing my current card and rushing a new credit card to me and it should be here on Thursday. This is the second time this has happened to me! I know the credit card company is going to put a hold on my card and make me call in and answer a bunch of questions every time I want to make a payment. The last time this happened, I had to do that for over a year! I'm not going to deal with that again. If that's how it's going to be, I'm closing my account and will take my business elsewhere!
Ever have fraud on your credit card?