Pictures of Amazon Purchases
Robbed While I Slept Homeless
Posted December 20, 2016 / Edited
I finally got everything ordered from Amazon.com to get me by for a week or so, costing about $310, nearly emptying my bank account. I still need to get my credit/debit card replaced, but I have no photo identification and no residential address to receive mail. I hope being able to arrange receiving it by "General Delivery" at the Post Office, but they usually require a picture ID.
Please click below to view my Amazon.com orders.
Updated / Corrected December 19, 2016
My bank had done me the service of suspending use of my credit/debit card due to suspected fraudulent activity, which is why Amazon.com reported that my payment was declined.
I now am without identification, food, a way to access my bank account or storage unit, a way to pay my smartphone bill or storage unit fee, and the thief has used my credit/bank card. I will be without a mobile phone and a storage unit within a few weeks.
I am asking for help by first sending me food and/or things that I need via Amazon.com to an Amazon Locker near me to help me get by until I recover from this disaster. Please use the Contact page to coordinate helping me.
As a homeless, Christian U.S. veteran man living on the street in South Florida, I was robbed at about 12:00 a.m. on Dec 16, 2016 of my duffle bag while sleeping. I lost my drivers license, credit/bank card, keys to my storage unit, and other valuables. I only had my smartphone and clothes on me that they didn't take.
The only way I now have to buy anything is from my checking account through Amazon.com, which has my credit card on file from previous purchases. My bank account is funded by my monthly retirement pension, and I am unable to work due to fighting demons inside of me.
Upon checking my bank balance, I found a thief had already made purchases using my credit/debit card. I then placed an order with Amazon.com on Dec 17, 2016 for some of the items I need, including food. Amazon.com responded with emails stating "payment declined" and requiring an alternative payment method. However, the payment method I used for this purchase was the same as my previous purchase through Amazon.com. And, there has been no change with its validity; it doesn't expire for years and my bank balance is greater than the purchase amount.
Unless I am helped, I will still need to make another purchase with Amazon.com to have enough provisions to get me through a week or so. However, this would need to be before the thief potentially makes more purchases against my account with my credit/bank card. And, Amazon would need to accept my payment, which it looks like they won't be. I currently have no other way to access my bank account and can only receive shipments via an Amazon Locker. Please help. Thank you.
Posted December 17, 2016