- These checks did not in any way match the format of my old checks. These were just random checks reprinted with my account number.
- The numbering was completely out of sequence both with each other, and my real checks
- The return address is the Department of Health and Human Services in Nashua NH (not my address by a long shot)
- The signature is not even close to my signature.
Well, unfortunately I had to end my association with TD Bank due to the fact they simply could not secure my account from fraudulent checks and provided absolutely deplorable customer service along the way. This is an interesting story that anyone with an account at TD Bank should read. You won’t find this on the TD Bank website I can assure you! It all started in late April 2016 when I got called by TD Bank that someone may have accessed my account fraudulently. They instructed me to go to the local branch immediately. Prior to doing this, I logged into my online account and was quite surprised to see two checks that were clearing (or attempting to clear) that were ridiculously fraudulent. I mean, these were not even close to legitimate documents.
I was helping someone through a tough time recently, and I found myself at Phoenix House in Tiverton Rhode Island. Phoenix House is a nonprofit substance abuse center, that annually helps more than 3,500 individuals overcome addiction through multiple different programs. While sitting in the waiting room, I couldn’t help but notice inside a broken picture fram was prominently displayed sign that declared: “Priority Male Populations for State Funded Treatment” It then proceeded to list out who got priority and in what order.
- Individuals who are HIV positive or have HIV disease.
- IV users
- Veterans and service men and women form the National Guard
- Individuals who are homeless or at risk of being homeless
- Referrals state-funded detoxification, inpatient psychiatric hospitalization and diversion/step-down units
- It is a huge corporation
- It previously (before 1977) manufactured 99% of the PCBs (a persistent organic pollutant) in the country.. and is infamous for leaving huge EPA disasters around its manufacturing plants.
- It currently sells genetically modified seeds and actively attempts to prevent their labelling (to avoid scaring off consumers)
- It patents living things (most notable: Roundup Ready soybeans) and vigorously defends its patents against everyone. This tactic has become a rally cry for the "food informed" as Monsanto is infamous for crushing small farmers in court.
event security were not overly aggressive and seemed like a good bunch, which is always a plus. 3) I don't like Rush fans: Uggh! If I have to hear one more story about how the Rush drummer is the greatest drummer or how Geddy Lee is the greatest lyricist, or how even if you don't like the music you need to appreciate it or how they have sold the third most amount of singles in 4 of the most populous provinces in Canada... I am going to vomit. I guess you really need to like this band to suffer through points 1 and 2 above... but that doesn't mean I want to hear about it. I barely like Rush.... and just because they might be technically brilliant.. doesn't make me like them anymore. What the hell do any of their lyrics mean anyway??? 4) Rush played all their new stuff. There is nothing worse than seeing a mediocre band and they play all the garbage off their new album and none of the songs you even remotely know. Actually, you know what is worse.. all their fans thinking the same thing, but then proclaiming the new stuff is actually better to keep up appearances. Admit it folks... you don't like this new crap either. 5) Geddy Lee is looking more and more like Susan B. Anthony everyday. I couldn't stop thinking about that. So with my apologies to all the Rush fans out there (especially the one that bought me the ticket).........that is why I am too old to go to Rush concerts.I got invited to go see Rush at the TD Garden in Boston, despite my reservations I did end up going. Here is how I know I am too old to go to concerts anymore: 1) I dont want to stand and listen to Rush for three hours: Why is it people buy seats at this concert and then everyone stands? Who wants to stand for three hours to see a mediocre band like Rush? Sit Down! If everyone stands that just means short people can't see a damn thing. Also, it isn't like people are dancing or moshing... most of this crowd was in their 40's and just stood completely motionless gazing at the jumbotron. Uggh.... I am tired after working all day. I just sat down anyway after and hour and took a nap. Thank God for earplugs. 2) I brought my earplugs: Nobody under 30 brings earplugs to a concert. Thank Jesus I brought mine. Holy Christ.... Rush is making up for lacklaster songs by increasing the volume to earsplitting levels. It was so goddamn loud I could hear it through my feet as the floor vibrated. Also.. I really enjoy the indoor fireworks... nothing like a cannon going off 100 feet from your head to increase the musical enjoyment. Excedrin should have been the official sponsor. One thing nice I can say about the venue is that the