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Sometimes, you get an alert from a credit card company saying that they believe some of your recent transactions on your debit card/credit card are not your own - that they were likely made by someone else who got a hold of your number somehow.

The conversation goes a little something like:
"We've noticed some suspicious activity on your account. There were some recent transactions at Harrods in the amounts of $750, $1000, and $280. Were these your purchases?"

"Uh, no. No, I don't shop at Harrods."

"Ok, thanks for the confirmation. we'll reverse these charges and it should be reflected within a few business days back to your account."

"Great, thanks very much."

And you are thankful to them that they are so vigilant about keeping your account safe, but are also pissed that not only are you poor, but the credit card company knows it - that they have a very accurate algorithm that looks at the kinds of things you buy and in the amounts that you buy, and knows that there is only a small probability that you actually tried to buy something at Harrods.
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