I got a call yesterday from a company requesting some clarification on an online order for a bicycle, paid for with my Visa card.
One small problem: I did not order a bicycle online with my Visa card.
Someone did, though. That same someone also bought $240 worth of something else from that company, as well as a $245 pair of sunglasses.
Expensive tastes, this thief has.
I mean, I'm not required to pay for those crazy sunglasses, of course, but I would like to speak to this person and ask them why those sunglasses were so very important that he or she felt the need to buy them with my credit card. Does the thief have a special medical condition requiring expensive wrap-around sunglasses to block all harmful UV rays? As well as doctor's orders to buy a bicycle and exercise?
I would like to give this person the benefit of the doubt, because I am a nice person that way, but in this case, I think I am justified in saying: I hate you, person who used my credit card. And I hope those stupid-ass sunglasses get stolen when you put them down somewhere.