It seems simple enough. Somebody gets my debit card info somehow and makes a $90 order to a website that's to be delivered to an address in Tennessee. The smart thing to do would be to flag that package, visit that address and see who picks it up and you have yourself a fraud case. They don't seemed too interested in doing that which is no surprise to me and I'm sure it's no surprise to the thief. I can't help but be reminded of those cops that showed up to my freshly broken in to apartment and refused to print the glass change jar that was emptied out. Not worth the trouble to try catching petty break ins even though you know the little twerp was already in their system. In the same neighborhood you couldn't leave your car doors locked or people would break the window just to look in the glove box. I'll never forget the neighborhood watch meeting where several overweight officers unanimously agreed that they'd all seen people in the process of breaking into cars and they just flashed the lights to scare them away. In their opinion it wasn't worth the trouble to chase people for what they considered a "petty crime". Is there something illegal going on in your neck of the woods simply because it's been deemed more trouble than it's worth to deal with?