Did you ever wonder why it is that things wait to bother you until the absolutely most inconvenient time?
Case in point: I am in Florida for the remainder of the week preparing for a wedding on Saturday. I will be coming back home Saturday night.
This afternoon, I was visiting the family at poolside while we all ate lunch.
When I went back to my room (because it was getting a bit too hot outside mid-afternoon), I fired up my ol' laptop to surf the web.
The first thing that I did -- the first thing that I always to -- is check my email accounts.
Lo and behold, I had an email waiting for me from Chase fraud department asking me if the charge that was declined on my card for a little over $1,200 at Classical Stretch, Canada, was mine.
Thankfully, it was on my Amazon Card that I only really use for Amazon purchases. I use a different card for monthly auto-payments.
The Amazon Card was cancelled and they are sending a replacement to me as I type.
I was thinking to myself: "What the heck is Classical Stretch?" "Why do these things always seem to happen when I'm out of town trying to enjoy myself a little?" And then I thought, "Thank God for fraud departments that are on top of things!"
So, Chase services, you go ahead and bother me whenever you want! I'm glad you've got my back.