I'm hoping for some SI advise please.
Although I feel like I only post when I have a problem..... I do read a lot in NB and take in a lot of the good advise offered.
So sorry, but here goes with my latest "what should I do?"........ if anything.
I have a rewards program - the sort where if you get your gas from a certain chain you get points, same with certain shops and services.... you collect them and when you have enough you can collect "rewards".
I've been saving mine for two years now - have been separated for over two and a half years and divorced for six months - we have a two year waiting period here.
"He" is still living with his AP and they are getting married soon. Whatever.
Just before Christmas he must of got her to phone the rewards program - he had a second card on my account. She pretended to be me and answered my "personal security questions" to give him access to my account. Then he went online and redeemed most of my points.
I have emailed and spoken to a rep and have been told that they have a tape of this "request" but they will not release it to me but will give it to the police if they want to investigate. Also advised me to go to the police on Monday as all their security precautions were followed..... they can do no more in this matter.
My question is should I open this can of worms and go ahead with trying to have her AND him charged with fraud?
Or ignore and carry on and write it off to being more diligent about keeping myself "safe" from them.
I get one point for every $25.00 I spend, and they redeemed over 900 of my points. It took me 2 years to get over this amount.
I'm pissed, and have stewed on this for the last couple of days. They have so much monetary wise (not so much morally wise), and I struggle to make ends meet. So this is a big deal to me...... BUT, I really don't want to step into their "crazyland" again..... BUT also don't want to let them get away with this.
I can't seem to make up my mind and I hover between one way and the other.
Me = FBS
Him = gone
things that happen in my life do not define who I am. I get to choose to be the best I can be, for me. cause I'm worth it.