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Visa Infinite Gold Card (Literally)

Don't know if any of you heard of this, It's only made of pure gold with 26 diamonds.

 

If you want to apply for the card and are approved you still need to pay 100K for the cost of the card, good luck not loosing it Smiley Happy.

 

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Re: Visa Infinite Gold Card (Literally)

Worth it's weight in gold.  Literally.


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Re: Visa Infinite Gold Card (Literally)

I fell funny someplaces as it is using my Platinum Amex. I would NEVER use this card someplace. Smiley Tongue

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Re: Visa Infinite Gold Card (Literally)

What a waste of $ D:.

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Re: Visa Infinite Gold Card (Literally)

You also get a free iphone 5 with the card, and all the visa infinite benefits which are RIDICULOUS

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Re: Visa Infinite Gold Card (Literally)


jsucool76 wrote:

You also get a free iphone 5 with the card, and all the visa infinite benefits which are RIDICULOUS


And health insurance hahaha

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Re: Visa Infinite Gold Card (Literally)


beb86 wrote:

jsucool76 wrote:

You also get a free iphone 5 with the card, and all the visa infinite benefits which are RIDICULOUS


And health insurance hahaha


Smiley Very Happy



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Re: Visa Infinite Gold Card (Literally)

A solid gold credit card would weight 2 to 3 oz. and would be very vulnerable to deformation. It would take very little to put a bend in it since gold isn't "springy" and is especially notable for that. You bend it just a bit and it stays bent. It's also heavy and if you drop it it will dent. Permanently.

 

There is something very absurd about this story and I don't think it was meant to be taken seriously.


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Re: Visa Infinite Gold Card (Literally)


cashnocredit wrote:

A solid gold credit card would weight 2 to 3 oz. and would be very vulnerable to deformation. It would take very little to put a bend in it since gold isn't "springy" and is especially notable for that. You bend it just a bit and it stays bent. It's also heavy and if you drop it it will dent. Permanently.

 

There is something very absurd about this story and I don't think it was meant to be taken seriously.


they give you a plastic card too Smiley Tongue 

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Re: Visa Infinite Gold Card (Literally)


cashnocredit wrote:

A solid gold credit card would weight 2 to 3 oz. and would be very vulnerable to deformation. It would take very little to put a bend in it since gold isn't "springy" and is especially notable for that. You bend it just a bit and it stays bent. It's also heavy and if you drop it it will dent. Permanently.

 

There is something very absurd about this story and I don't think it was meant to be taken seriously.


I wouldn't assume that because news outlets are reporting that it will be "pure" gold that they really mean it will be proof quality.  The card could be made of a gold alloy. 


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