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Judy G.
I was raised in South Florida back in the years when it was a peaceful and wonderfully safe place to live. We lived a mile from the beach and could ride our bikes over the intercoastal bridge right to the best beach around. All my years of growing up I was a competitive swimmer and belonged to AAU. I granduated from Florida State University with a BS degree in nursing. I am recently retired but I'm thinking of going back to work to support my hobbies.
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Friday, September 7, 2012


What a mess!  Somehow, someone got my husband's bank debit card information and charged $20.00 worth of iTunes at the Apple online store.  I saw the charge on our bank statement, and called to find out the details, but all the bank could tell me was the date and time the charge came in to them and what card it was charged on.  The funny thing is, my husband is totally clueless on the computer, and has no device that would play music - even his phone is antiquated!  I am the one with the iTunes account, because I have an iPhone, so, when I called Apple to complain about the charge, what did they do??  They closed MY account, and it hadn't even been compromised!  The purchase didn't show up on my iTunes account, so, apparently, the perp had an account, but just charged his purchases with my husband's debit card.  You know, since the "swipe machines" are now in all the stores, the only time your credit card is out of your sight is when you eat at a restaurant and the waiter takes your card off to some back register to ring up the payment.  And those waiters are young people who , of course, have an iTunes account.  I know that most folks are really honest souls, including young people, but I really feel that giving one's card to a restaurant person to carry off somewhere is not a good idea.  Anybody can copy off the information and use it to order something on line.  Think about it.  This is the second time that his card has been used by someone.  A few months ago, someone ordered a Netflix subscription on his card.  So people, BEWARE of letting your credit card out of your sight!  If nothing else, make sure you can see what's being done with it at the cash register.  Well, now that I've spoken my piece, I shall say no more, but be warned, because you don't want this to happen to you.  Also, check your monthly bank accounts carefully for charges that shouldn't be there.

Are you done with your mini albums?  Did you even do one?  I did finish, and my next video will be to show you how it turned out.  It's really cute - now I just need someone to have a baby boy!!  See you next time.  Love to all. 


Brenda Moffett said...

I am so sorry for your husband's bank card mess. I wanted to let you know that I finished my first mini. I used combined techniques from your mini in a day, Kathy Orta's hidden hinge and some technique that I can't remember right now from Margaret's crafts on YouTube. I wanted to thank you for making the videos, they made the assembly much easier. I watched as I worked on it. I look forward to your future tutorials. My blog is
Please check it out, thank you.

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