Purchasing Items on Someone Else’s Dime
Nothing ticks me off more than taking something that doesn't belong to you. I'm a firm believer in living by the golden rule. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Treat others as you would want to be treated.
Would you want something taken away from you? Would you accept an item from someone, knowing it wasn't theirs to give? Just a few questions to ponder.
When I see our local police departments needing my help, I always do what I can.
Take a look at the two alleged suspects. If you can identify them, please contact the Kennewick Police Department at non-emergency dispatch...509-628-0333.
I work hard for my money, as I'm sure you do, too. I've never had my credit compromised, but I have heard the horror stories.
What should you do if your credit card is lost or stolen? According to Scorecredit.com:
Do NOT wait. Report the card as lost or stolen immediately.
It's also advised to review your credit card statement. Make sure the purchases are indeed yours.
You have three ways to report your card lost or stolen. By telephone, on the internet, and on the issuer's mobile app. When this is done, the issuer will block your card, and issue a new card.
You can learn more about credit card safety, credit management, and fraud protection here.
I've misplaced my debit card too many times. The sick feeling in my stomach is awful. We take so much care in keeping our possessions safe. The thought of someone enjoying themselves on my dime is not ok with me.
Please take another look. If you can identify these two, please call the Kennewick Police non-dispatch department: 509-628-0333.