However, a Fitbit device Risley was wearing told a different story, the affidavit shows.
The device, which monitors a person’s activity and sleep, showed Risley was awake and walking around at the time she claimed she was sleeping.
What if the intruder had messed with her Fitbit while she was sleeping, unbeknownst to her?
I pay off my cards every month - credit card debt is extremely expensive. That's not it.
Clearly you're a risk to the credit reporting agencies, because they can't otherwise pin anything on you. In other words, you're a credit risk simply because you're not otherwise a credit risk. Just like it's suspicious to not act suspicious.
"I'm sorry James, but your dynamic insurance rate went up 20% last month from aggressive driving. Here are some friendly tips on how to reduce that bill next month..."
You assume they would even give you the option to reduce your bill.