Chase Scam; Tires; More. Song: Oh Death

CONTENTS 3/6/2021
Chase Scam Follow-Up
Digger Wanted
Another View On Tires
Food Coop Run?
Patio Umbrellas Wanted
Radio Free Fl!p: Oh Death

Really short post tonight! Going to bed. My workshop tomorrow continues till mid-afternoon Sunday.


I also received an unsolicited debit card from Chase, and I pursued the matter by phone. Maybe other people can do this too, rather than trying to deal with websites.

First I called the consumer contact number on the letter, saying I wanted to report fraud: 1-800-935-9935. (Keep pressing the “0” zero key to bypass having to enter an account number, etc.) The person who came on transferred me to Chase’s fraud department; that direct line is 800-457-9802.

The Fraud person I spoke with would not confirm that an actual bank account in my name had been opened at Chase, even when I asked her several pointed questions. She would only say was that IF there had been one, it was now closed or inactive. (By then I was suspecting this might be a marketing effort by Chase that has gone off-kilter.)

She then suggested that I check the three credit-reporting entities so see IF anyone had opened a fraudulent account in my name at some other bank. Here are the numbers to call: Equifax 800-525-6285; Experion 888-397-3742; TransUnion 800-680-7289.

I hope this is helpful — Carolyn Dale


HS student, male or female, to do some heavy garden digging.  Probably 3 hrs work for someone with a strong back.  $15/hr.  Turning under rye grass in large beds. ~ Martha Dyck 360 223 8387


I agree with your implied underlying sentiment and analysis of what motivates the vandalism; yet, slashing tires has deeper practical implications than a scratch, paint or a broken window. For some, their car, and its immediate use, can be instrumental to someone’s life, and consequentially, other’s lives: a care-giver needing to be somewhere they are being relied upon; a doctor or nurse needing to fill a shift; a volunteer fire-fighter needing to respond to a call; someone needing to be on time to work or get fired… with all of the negative implications and subsequent fallout these few examples represent.  Yours, ~ Todd Citron


Is anyone going to the food coop tomorrow? We have a great coupon that expires tomorrow, and have a special order that should have arrived today as well. Love/Fl!p 360-671-4511 (text is best tomorrow)


For SwiftHaven – And I turned a neighbor down for one recently, and now I can’t remember who!


Nimrod Workman

Love/Fl!p 360-671-4511  2518 Cherry Street

If you’re willing to share your phone  with me, personally, I would love that, and would not share it further without your express permission. Nor would I ever exploit it. You might put mine in your phone so if I were to phone you, you’d know it was me. I’d also suggest adding to your contacts because that helps keep my emails from going to your junk mail.

If you want to ask me to post something, just email me. If it’s urgent, phone. If it’s a real emergency, call 911.

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