I have a long standing relationship with my bank. I won’t give you the name, but it may rhyme with Shells Shargo. In terms of customer service, they are out of this world. Almost over the top at times. I walk in after a long day at work and they always want to greet me with a huge smile and make small talk. How was your day Ms. Anderson? What are your weekend plans? Are you enjoying the lovely weather outside? They are actually so on top of things their automated system called the other day to ensure fraudulent purchases had not been made with my card. They went through a number of purchases and I was to confirm each purchase. I’m sure you know the drill.
“On February 17th purchase at Starbucks for $4.30” “Yes”
“On February 18th purchase at Starbucks for $4.30” “Yes”
“On February 18th purchase at a travel center for $938.12” “Yes”
“On February 18th purchase at Goodwill for $36.43” “Yes”
“On February 19th purchase as Starbucks for $4.30” “Yes”
OMG!! Someone did steal my card! The thief took my card and apparently helped themselves to a Grande Chai latte every morning AND a shopping spree at Goodwill! That jerk! But, oh yeah, that plane ticket, yeah that one was mine.
Gap Jean Jacket – ARC Thrift – $6
Ganni dress – Goodwill Denver – $3.50
Merona belt (new with tags) – Goodwill Denver – $3
Leather boots – ARC Thrift – $5
Sunnies – Mountain Thrift – $2