What a weekend I have just had. On Saturday I get a letter from my bank which naturally I don't open as it looks like a loan advert or some junk mail. If it had had URGENT or ACHTUNG written on the front I might have paid it more attention. When I sorted through the mail on Sunday night prior to binning it, I find out it is a letter from my manager. Asking me if I knew I was Â£800 overdrawn. Panic began to set in. I had had this letter over 24 hours. So I logged on to my online account. I nearly died of shock. By now I was Â£1500 overdrawn. Checking the the statement it seemed some scrotes were touring Northern Ireland with a copy of my card and having a jolly time. Ards, Ballymena. Newcastle, Collin Top. All places I have never been to. I had trouble finding some of them on the map! It was going into ATMs up to 7 times at one session and they were only taking Â£40 a time ( presumably to prevent being noticed ) By Sunday they had flown to Birmingham and then used it again in Brent and Barnet. The moral of this tale is. Cover your PIN. If a machine looks dodgy it probably is, and if the other machines in the street are 'out of order', are they really, or are they just channelling you towards the rigged one? It will now be at least 15 days till I see my money again. If I ever do.