Sunday, 28 December 2008

Identity Theft

Someone had been cloning my cash cards, getting me banned from e-bay and doing assorted other unkind things. Hey, this is the season of goodwill and all that. Give me back my identity please.


  1. Ugh, we've had to deal with this on a lesser level. Not fun--so sorry.

  2. I sympathise. I had my debit card cloned twice in six months which was unbelievably annoying -- especially as the bank didn't bother to contact me the first time they cancelled my card!

  3. Oh no! I'm so, so sorry to hear this. Wishing you all the best restoring your credit and getting your identity back in order. People can be so smarmy. Here's hoping Karma gives him/her a good, swift kick.

  4. That's horribly disturbing, John.{see there, I didn't say Sir ;oP}

    I just read the comment you wrote earlier {thank you}. Respectfully, Sir came out onto the keyboard as a result of your photo; which indeed looks quite "Professor-ish" and the intellect of your writings created a heartfelt respect within me :o).

    At first I thought you were just going to write something about identity theft here, then I realized that it's actually struck you. I've prayed that you'll find a blessing in it somewhere, I'm sure there is one if only our eyes will see it.

    Smiles to you ~Heather


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