We have a problem from a little pervert this morning, who wishes to remain anonymous. Frankly, I would wish to remain anonymous too.
I got a call from the bank today that told me my credit card had been
used illegally by some “less than reputable websites”.
I was shocked to hear this, but relieved that the bank had at least
caught this problem and had put a hold on all transactions until they
had sorted it out.
That’s all good news.
Here’s the bad news.
The site that was “less than reputable” was actually one of my
favourite lesbian equestrian specialty sites and now my subscription
has been cancelled due to my credit card being denied.
Who do I fess up to, the bank or the lovely people at saddleup.net?
First of all, I would like to sympathise with your problem. The illegal use of credit cards is a major problem on the Interweb, as I have found to my cost. Many of my cards have been stopped in the past, which is very inconvenient as it necessitates inventing stealing cloning borrowing new ones all the time.
With regard to that web site you mention, I am surprised that you dare mention it by name. It is a filthy perverted site, which displays the most revolting videos [My favourite is ‘Suzy mounts the Stallion’. What’s yours?].
I can imagine your embarrassment at having to contact the bank or site, so I would suggest you do neither. I am generous to a fault, and am prepared to let you use my subscription if you wish?
I hope that will solve your problem, Maxi?