Fraudulent ATM withdrawals hit multiple accounts at Citizens Bank
Today is 7/3/2017. When I went to check my bank balance this morning I saw multiple withdrawals that I did not make.
My bank has just informed me that multiple accounts including my own are showing fraudulent withdrawals from another bank’s ATM. The fraudulent withdrawals are coming from an ATM at 627 Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge, MA. This is a TD Bank location. I am not a TD Bank customer and have not to my knowledge used this ATM. If you have an account at a Boston-area bank, especially if it’s Citizens Bank , do yourself a favor and check your account balance.
And call your bank IMMEDIATELY if unfamiliar ATM withdrawals appear.
“Yeah, but I’m not sure that’s a bad thing. I mean, I remember when there weren’t banks there, and it wasn’t because they respected our space.”
“They really drowned out some of the community organizations, though. Like the rape crisis center looked boring because they couldn’t afford to decorate a giant float with a sound system and dancers.”
“There weren’t a lot of gyrating half-naked men there. I wonder if that’s because of the banks and other corporations. Like they’ll be associated with our rainbows, but not the sex part of our sexuality.”
“Is our sexuality all about gyrating half-naked men?”
“It is partly about gyrating half-naked men.”
“Nobody in the parade was handing out condoms, either. That was weird. First Pride I’ve been to with no condoms.”
“I guess it’s the influence from the banks again. They want to keep things family-friendly.”
“AIDS is family-friendly?!?!!?”
“There was good stuff too though. Way more trans representation than in previous years. Bi, pan, and ace people too.”
“Yeah, I realized I have the same haircut as every other trans man on Earth.”
“…You really do.”
“And there was a lot of, I don’t know, just a lot of joy and realizing how many of us there are and how many people support us. That’s kind of a big deal. There’s a lot to criticize too, but I worry some of the criticism isn’t moving us towards a better Pride but just staying home and quiet like it’s 1953.”
“Where do you draw your line, though? If it’s just all banks and rainbows, is it really making a difference anymore? The only message that endorses is the status quo of ‘gay people: I guess we’ll let them exist!’”
“I don’t know. It’s not all banks yet. I knew so many people there! It was like a family reunion. Gives me warm fuzzies.”
“It’s definitely changed a lot recently. There wasn’t even one ‘Jesus hates buttsex’ creep there! About eight hundred UU churches marching though.”
“At the end of the day, I just really appreciate that there’s a day we get to declare who we are and dance in the street. Like there’s a lot to talk about but there’s also a lot of power and joy in just that we don’t have to hide who we are. We can come out and dance.”
anyone who bitches about td bank only bitches because they’re enrolled in the debit card advance program aka hell
my experiences with td bank have gotten 500x easier ever since i opted my ass out of that program (only after a scary experience two years ago where i had over $300 in overdraft fees and was about ready to jump off of the roof of my dorm building)
Ok ladies, I’m going to try my best to make this short and to the point so I’m going to say this point blank–THERE ARE MALE SCAMMERS ON SA. I repeat, THERE ARE MALE SCAMMERS ON SA. Several days ago, I was contacted by a man on SA who claimed to go by the name of ‘Daniel’. He messaged me and I thought nothing of his message and entertained the message and exchanged numbers with him. I stopped texting him after the first day purely out of laziness and absentmindedness. It wasn’t until yesterday afternoon when I received a text message from him suddenly saying “Baby, can you go and open a new TD account and give the info, I want to send you some money”. Now if you’re a novice SB, you might be thinking “What’s the big deal? Seems like he wants to spoil you.”–WRONG! He wants to spoil himself!!!
I’m going to carefully outline where and how he fucked up in his attempt to get money and information from me.
1. Throughout my entire correspondence with him, not once did he ask to call me. Most men on SA are generally eager to speak on the phone in order to verify you’re real or to at least be able to put a voice to the picture that they see.
2. Notice that he always responds with “am”, instead of “I am”.
3. He immediately started calling me “baby” when he barely knew or spoke to me.
4. The grammatical structure of his sentences tend to be a little off.
5. Also, notice he says that his name is Daniel yet what does his e-mail address say? It says Devan Scott!
6. Also, his SA profile says that he’s in Arizona but he’s texting me from a Washington, D.C. number.
7. And speaking of Washington, D.C., notice that he keeps referring to D.C. as Washington, D.C? I may not have been born in the U.S., but I was certainly raised here and if there’s one thing I know, it that when people speak to one another on a one on one basis about certain geographical places within the U.S., they don’t always say the name in its entirety or they say a shortened version of the entire geographical location, they don’t continuously say “Washington, D.C.”–they just say “D.C.”. Notice how he says “Will you be chanced to meet me or come to Washington DC?”.
8. In addition to all of his stupidity, another thing he did that I didn’t show in the post is that he asked me what I was looking for in an arrangement so I told him. I then asked him what he wanted and he copied and pasted what I said to him word for word and tried to play it off by saying that he was thinking the exact same things in his head. If you’re wondering why I didn’t show that part as one of the images, it’s because I have a series of very specific pre-written lines that I use when I converse with vanillas and POT’s online.
9. Notice I asked how everything’s going and he completely circumvented my question. After ignoring my question, he asked me to open an account at TD Bank when him and I never discussed how I would receive money (had he been real). For all he knows, I could already have an account there. The mere assumption that I didn’t have one was a major red flag for me. Also, notice he didn’t say “… open a new TD Bank account”–instead, he says “… open a new TD account”. I don’t know about ya’ll but I’ve never heard of anyone referring to a TD Bank account as just a TD account. And last but certainly not least, as you can clearly see in the text messages exchange, he becomes irate and begins to berate me with insults because I called him out on his bullshit. The one mistake I made while gathering evidence was that I didn’t take a proper screenshot of the entirety of his profile. In his profile, he clearly said he was Caucasian, yet in the picture he sent me which i won’t show because I believe that he stole an actual individual’s photo, the man looks as though he might be Hispanic or light skin African American. I’m quite certain I saw some naps in the pics he sent me. While trying to bait him into exposing himself even more, I encouraged him to call my GV number and leave a voicemail in order for me to post the voice recording but of course, like a true scammer who does’t want to be caught, he ignored it because most likely he’s in a foreign country and has a thick accent which would be a dead giveaway as to where he might actually be from but it does’t matter because his responses to my texts made it blatantly obvious.
Overall, this is the info I was able to gather:
Name: Daniel but uses the name Davan Scott
Occupation: Claims to work some sort of high ranking position in the military
Race & Gender: Claims to be a Caucasian male but shows a pic that’s clearly not a Caucasian male
Means of communication: Both e-mail and text (as shown in the images).
With that being said, I can safely say that this dude is nothing but a no good dirty scammer so I urge many of you to be on the lookout for summers on sugar sites claiming or posing to be SD’s.
You can protest the Dakota Access Pipeline by switching banks.
The following banks are using YOUR money to fund the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline:
Bank of Nova Scotia
JP Morgan Chase
Bank of America
Sumitomo Mitsui Bank
Royal Bank of Canada
Royal Bank of Scotland
Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ
ABN Amro Capita
DNB First Bank
SMBC Nikko Securities
CLOSE YOUR ACCOUNTS!
Move your money to a bank that funds projects helping the environment, a community bank, or local credit union.
These banks WILL respond to public pressure. If enough people move their money they could back out of the project.
Let them know you don’t support the way they spend your money.
CEO's and Banks Invested in the Dakota Access Pipeline
THIS IS A CALL TO NDNS AND OUR ALLIES- mobilize! Pray! Call these people! Do something. We have been brutalized for defending clean drinking water. Let them know how you feel about their investment in #dapl. BOOST THIS.
How to Contact the 17 Banks Funding the Dakota Access (from Yes magazine)
The Dakota Access pipeline is funded directly by 17 banks..*I’ve heard wells Fargo has pulled out, but tell me if you know different
Here are names of CEOs and other bank executives involved in these decisions – along with their phone numbers and email addresses. The first 17 banks (*) are directly funding the Dakota Access pipeline:
CEO John Stumpf
420 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94104
CEO Jean-Laurent Bonnafe
3 rue d'Antin
75002 Paris, France
787 Seventh Avenue - The Equitable Tower
New York, NY 10019
CEO William H. Rodgers Jr.
303 Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta, GA 30308
Chief Communications Officer:
email@example.comThe Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ*
Chairman Nobuyuki Hirano
CEO and President Takashi Oyamada
2-7-1, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku
1251 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10020-1104
President and CEO Nobuhide Hayashi
1-5-5, Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 100-8176, Japan
1251 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10020
CEO Michael Corbat
388 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 10013
Phone: 800-285-3000 and 212-793-0710
Chairman, CEO, and President Bob Dorrance
P.O. Box 1, TD Bank Tower
66 Wellington Street W
Chiarman of the Board Lorenzo Bini Smaghi
29 boulevard Haussmann 75009
245 Park Avenue
New York City, NY 10167
The following banks are involved in funding for the entire Bakken pipeline:
Royal Bank of Scotland
CEO Ross McEwan
Director of Media Relations:
175 Glasgow Road
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
600 Washington Boulevard
Stamford, CT 06901
ABN Amro Capital
Chairman of the Board Gerrit Zalm
ABN AMRO Bank N.V.
Gustav Mahlerlaan 10
1082 PP Amsterdam
100 Park Avenue, 17th floor
New York, NY 10017
Bank of Nova Scotia (Scotiabank)
CEO and President Brian J. Porter
44 King Street W
Canada M5H 1H1
250 Vesey Street,
23rd and 24th floors
New York, NY 10281
Scotia Howard Weil (“Energy Investment Boutique”):
1100 Poydras Street Suite 3500
New Orleans, LA 70163
504-582-2500 and 800-322-3005
Chairman and CEO Bruce Van Saun
Head of Media Relations:
Comerica Bank Tower
1717 Main Street
Dallas, TX 75201
Chairman and CEO Richard K. Davis
Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications Dana Ripley
Brand, Corporate Social Responsibility, Sponsorships:
U.S. Bancorp Center
800 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis, MN 55402
800-685-5065 and 651-466-3000
Chairman, President, and CEO William S. Demchak
Bryan K. Gill
300 Fifth Avenue
The Tower at PNC Plaza
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Chairman John McFarlane
CEO Jes Staley
Barclays Bank PLC
1 Churchill Place
London E14 5HP, United Kingdom
745 7th Avenue
New York, NY 10019
Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon
270 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10017-2014
Bank of America
President, CEO, and Chairman Brian Moynihan
Executive Relations, Office of the CEO:
100 N Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28255