07-07-2008 10:42 PM
07-08-2008 12:10 PM
(and I usually only carry a few dollars, my ID and AMEX)
Why would the only card you ever carry with you be from a company that just recently froze your account and FR'd you? At least have your bank's debit card with you, jeez. That's like gambling before you even get to Vegas.
07-08-2008 01:47 PM
07-08-2008 02:34 PM
aftermath wrote:So here is the followup to my F/R ordeal:I received a call by a Mr. so&so from the F/R department this morning stating that they have reviwed my paycheck stubs and that the F/R has now been completed. He apologized for any inconvenience that this may have caused and assured me that this won't happen again anytime soon.WAIT A MOMENT! Any time soon?!?!He stated as spending habits change, so will the probability for the computer system to flag an F/R, and just because someone has undergone an F/R does not exempt them from any future F/Rs.I have come to the conclusion from reading many of the F/R scenarios here, that there are 2 types of F/Rs. Manual and Computer Generated. I believe I have been subjected to both. 1st F/R was when I phoned in a request for a CLI upon activation (manual F/R), and 2nd was just out of nowhere, maybe due to my Vegas trip (Auto F/R).Anyone's opinion on this?
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