Originally Posted by clownfishsydney
A roadhouse in Australia
is primarily a petrol (gas) station, but with food
, grog and sometimes accommodation.
It dosen't matter what a roadhouse is. Someone lifted the guy's credit card information from someplace, then probably sold it to some other thief who used it to charge a meal and a Buoyweather subscription. This sort of 21st century crime happens all the time, the Buoyweather subscription will get cancelled, some roadhouse will loose a few dollars giving some crook a free meal.... end of story.
My wife and I have had this sort of crime happen multiple times, one time while I was in the USA, some airline ticket agent lifted my information, sold it to some dirtbag in Spain
, who then went on a credit card charging
spree to the tune of over five thousand dollars in Madrid. The bank took care of everthing.
You'll never know who lifted the credit card information. Take better precautions from now on.