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My poor card went through the paper shredder.

I hate doing that. I ended up with a duplicate card. Learned the hard way how a duplicate CC got me in trouble. I use to like keeping one CC in my car for gas, another in my wallet. Someone spotted that I had 2 CCs with identical numbers and stole one. As far as I knew I still had it, used it all the time. They ran up fraud charges on the duplicate one thinking I'd not notice and pay the bills. Had I only had 1 CC I would have known it was missing and canceled it.

So being that the CC company sent me a duplicate I needed to shred the old one. It just felt wrong to destroy something that I worked so hard to get even if they sent me a duplicate.
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Re: My poor card went through the paper shredder.

Wow I got company. I collect BofA debit cards. We're sick. :smileyhappy:
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Re: My poor card went through the paper shredder.



smallfry wrote:
Wow I got company. I collect BofA debit cards. We're sick. :smileyhappy:

where's the card feng shui expert, lol :smileyvery-happy:
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