Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Storage Company Screws Soldier After ID Theft

While Army Reserve Specialist Patrick Rogalin was serving a year in Iraq, an identity thief was trying to clean out his bank account. Fortunately, Bank of America noticed the unusual activity, put a stop on the account and set up a new one for him.

Unfortunately, Public Storage of Glendale California sold off all of Rogalin's belongings in the interim. Then they offered the soldier twenty-five cents on the dollar for his things. Take or leave it.

Thanks to blonde sagacity, who has the email addresses of Public Storage's executives handy.

Via Kim Priestap, who also blogs at Wizbang!.