Thank you MTA for making what should have been a no-more-than-30-minute subway ride take over an hour and half.
Thank you Staples for making me wait in line for over 20 minutes and selling me a defective mouse.
Thank you scammers for trying to scam me. If you want my money, you're going to have to do better than this.
(If this information is correct you are all set. Hello? Scammers? Maybe you should invest a little money in hiring someone who actually knows how to write a business letter.)
Seriously, this letter stopped me in my tracks. Because I hadn't moved and hadn't requested any change of address. After reading the letter through a few times I realized that it was con. I compared the phone # on the letter to the phone # on my card and of course, it was different. Just out of curiosity I called the # in the letter and in order to do anything you have to enter your whole credit card #. Which is how they get you.