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Subject: RE: UKNM: Re: Credit Card Fraud
From: Steve Johnston
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 1999 10:18:25 GMT

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From: Mike Rich [mike [dot] rich1atbtinternet [dot] com (mailto:mike [dot] rich1atbtinternet [dot] com)]

<snip> b) in the last few weeks
>the hole in the wall did not deliver the cash it billed me for - and I (after
>a creditworthy record of more years than I care to think of) am made to feel
>like a criminal in trying to get my money back? So what is wrong with the

The reason this happens is that the VAST majority (no source I can quote
am afraid) of financial services fraud is perpetrated/attempted by
legitimate card holders on their own account. Denied transactions,
failure to deliver cash etc. This has the unhappy effect of making the
banks naturally suspicious of every genuine claim as they are expecting
it to be fraudulent.

Steve Johnston

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