Dear Mustafa Whateveryournameis:
I want to thank you for turning my world upside down today.
While generally I only allow Frank to do that, you did it when I WASN’T even looking! In fact, you did it from another state altogether. (That’s talent.)
Thank goodness I went online to check my bank account during lunch today while trying to figure out how in the world I was going to pay $650 for Sassy’s car repairs. I thought perhaps I MIGHT be able to juggle some money here or there, and maybe tap in to that whopping $200 I had managed to save in the last three months.
However, your illegal use of my personal information you obtained from SOMEWHERE here in the cyber world sure put a halt to those efforts. In fact, you not only charged an amount that took what was left in my checking, you also took all of my savings and threw me so far in the negative that I need sunglasses just to open my eyes.
After performing CPR on myself, I managed to call my credit union AND the company from Las Vegas at the SAME TIME, and we performed an intricate three-way that ended with a solution that I had no choice but to accept.
Let’s re-cap, shall we? I’m in the negative about 350 dollars, and apparently all the overdraft charges that will surely occur in the next 3-5 days that it takes for the money to be returned will probably be returned to me. In the meantime I’m gonna try real hard not to need gas, food or any other essentials for the next 3-5 days.
They say it’s the darkest before the dawn, right? In that case, I’m betting all I got that tomorrow will be my dawn.