The internet is a wonderful service. You can find out just about anything or anybody on the World Wide Web. For example, a Google search for me will result in “Results 1 - 50 of about 5,640,000 for Mark P----”.
Common names have a lot of potential hits. Mark P---- is many author(s) of many books, a singer in a punk rock band, a
It is a rare name that will produce absolutely ZERO hits on a search engine. Milehannah Frances Perry is one such name. Why my interest in Milehannah?
It seems that Millie has been passing bad checks around town using MY HOME ADDRESS since 2004. The fact that my last name matches probably enables her/him to successfully avoid initial detection.
Now you’d think with a unique name like “Milehannah” that SOMETHING would match on the WWW. But no, Google and Yahoo searches turn up absolutely nothing except suggestions that I misspelled his/her name.
Now if I was running a business like “Checks Into Cash”, I think I would at least check the credentials for a matching address in the phone book and possibility an internet search for a name as unusual as this one seems to be.
Unfortunately, even this minimal test would turn up nothing warning me that this person might not be such a good risk.
That is until now!
Since blog subject posts DO get logged into the search engines, there will be at least ONE hit if anyone comes checking up on you, Milehannah. You’re gonna be FAMOUS now, honey.
Isn’t the internet wonderful?
P.S. Millie, The extra additives in the post title are free of charge unlike the “charge” the