Remember how I was in a bad mood yesterday because my Apple ID had been disabled and because I was told that my SSI limit wouldn’t be increased because I wasn’t (and couldn’t) contribute my “fair share” to the household expenses? What would you say if I said that those two things might be the highlight of my week?
I was overjoyed when I finally got my Apple account reset. I was not so overjoyed when I saw that there had been a charge to my account for a $19.99 app. Of course, since I have no iPhone, iPad, or app-loving iPod Touch, I have absolutely no use for any apps. So, nice-going whoever ordered that. That was a big honking clue that that account had been compromised. It is now back to being disabled.
I’ve also put a fraud alert on my credit and will be closing out money-related accounts ASAP.
Luckily, my Apple account appears to have only been compromised on the twenty-fourth of October, so it was caught rather quickly. Still, this is all going to be a pain in the ass. I guess I couldn’t appreciate the not-so-great, okay, mediocre, or semi-good (and sometimes very good/downright awesome) if there were moments that really sucked.