Last week I got a strange call on my phone. I did what I always do when I don’t recognize a number. I Googled it to see who the number belonged to. Doesn't everyone do that?
Anyway, I immediately found that my bank’s fraud department was connected to that number. It’s a number that calls to warn you that your card has been compromised.
I logged into my account and, sure enough, there were eight $500 charges all in a row. But here’s the funny part… Every single charge was connected to a fast food restaurant.
Each one was charged twice.
So what’s up with that? How did someone run a fake card through multiple fast food restaurants twice, with each amount totaling $500? I don’t get it! Was it some sort of electronic transaction that those restaurants aren’t even aware happened?
Or are we dealing with someone who bought a LOT of Big Macs? Wait a minute...
I think I know the culprit!
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