Gang Stalking – PostaDay 2011- Be careful: I’m paying for someone’s home theater in Alaska.

I thought things that they were doing to me were bad, but I’ve discovered that my bank account is now become of interest to the perps.

The other day I went to the bank to look over  my checking and savings accounts. I discovered that a recurring debt of $43.23 was being taken out of my account. I keep close tabs on my accounts, because I know the perps like to steal our money. So I asked the clerk in the bank what the $43.23 was for. He couldn’t tell me, because it doesn’t show on the computer. So he called another office and got the information. I discovered that my account is paying for someone’s home theater in Anchorage, Alaska. It is  a Best Buy account. I visit Best Buy all the time to get my computer fixed and someone could easily have copied  the number of my card. I also discovered someone opened an Amazon account in my name. I visit Amazon all the time just to check what’s selling, but I’ve never signed on for an account. I find everything they sell is expensive. I’ve tried to let  Amazon know about the fact that I’ve never opened an account with them, or ordered anything from them. Somehow, the web site never works. I keep getting a message saying that message could not be delivered. So far, that’s two accounts opened in my name.

I’ve expected this to happen to me.  I’ve heard others complain about money taken out of their accounts.  I guess it’s my turn to suffer the same fate with my account.

The bank is returning the money to me and asked me if I would be willing to press charges against the perps.  I replied I would love to get even with the creeps, and I would definitely be happy to testify against them.  So, hopefully, I can finally get even with some of the creeps.  The clerk  gave me an incident number, and told me the bank would get in touch with me.

I’m warning you all to be careful with your bank accounts.  Check them out every day for any charges that aren’t yours.  Check to see if any cash is missing.  Today, it’s easy for the perps to get your account number via your computer.  I think that’s how they got my number.  Sometimes I think it’s safer to keep our money under the mattress, or hide it somewhere, than to have it in the bank.  So keep a very close eye on your account.  Don’t assume your money is safe because it’s in a bank…nothing could be further from the truth.  And change your pin number often.  It’ll keep the perps busy trying to figure out what your pin number is.

This is a warning to all of you so the same thing doesn’t happen to you.

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