Nathan (gemsling) wrote,

The easiest way to make a change is to have it foist upon you.

Well, what do you know? Those fraud protection algorithms the banks use might actually work. Normally they just want to verify that I have actually spent money on something obscure, but this time they picked up something I didn't recognise. As if I could be bothered signing up to Netflix, let alone watch something. Still, I'm not quite sure how a computer determined that it's unusual activity.

Anyway, they have now changed my address and my regular account, both of which I've been meaning to do for months. The only remaining pain is to change my credit card number with the various billlers.

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