not cop gets slapped

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel « Dear kind readers: The recent archives of this blog is my police report on behalf of a business victimized by the common crime: USPS collection box fishing. My text today has an additional step I took, which is also my final. Sincerely, Tom Doody. I was notified by bankofamerica that they suspected fraud on my more than 4K USD check that was supposed to reach a woman in Vegas, but it was cashed the morning after I dropped it in a West New York collection box at a nearby ATM. Bankofameica wanted to know if Frances got her check. Since I have no direct link to Frances I got what bankofamerica requested through my intermediary who is also the founder and CEO of the business. I was promised a reimbursement of the money, which came today, and I was encouraged to complete a police report. I was promised a full reimbursement, and I completed a police report, but — but — but I decided to do more while being cautious of stepping in the way of law-enforcement professionals. I called the only bankofamerica number I have on this subject, and chose the “law enforcement” option. My emotion was high expected to be slapped for calling a law-enforcement line as a not-cop person, but I pressed on. The woman who answered did not make it easy. By giving bankofamerica the email address of the West New York detective who was investigating my crime report I was trying to help. The woman was a bankofamerica employee, but she interacted with me like a cop slapping a not cop who called a cop-only line. Even when she realized the police contact I was giving her was helpful she remained cop-like and not gratuitous. I had this negative experience of trying to reach slightly further and help, but I got slapped back. When I combine this with the fact that a decade-long crime remains prevalent in West New York today I feel law-enforcement arrogance might be partly to blame for extending the solution. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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