Rugles - 5:52 pm on Aug 8, 2011 (gmt 0)
I had a fraud order one time from Seattle, and I called the local Seattle PD and they told me that I had to call my local PD which didn't make any sense to me.
I had a police department in Pennsylvania tell me the same thing. They said that our office was the actual location of the fraud, therefore we had to file a report with our cops. Then our cops would notify the PA cops.
I gave up. I asked if they had any other reports of fraud for this particular address, they said no but years ago there used to be lots of trouble at that address but those people are long gone. So that indicated to me it was a bad nieghbourhood.
Unless we can contact the person who had there card information stolen(which we do as a courtesy), we just give up. I mean, how many hours do we have to waste on these frauds when it is so difficult to report it? We are trying to make money, not stamp out crime.