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Re: What Was The First Credit Card In Your Name?

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I think it was a Sears store card around 1973 or so. I remember buying seat covers for my 1964 Buick Special after my dog ate the upholstery. That card is long since gone. (Too bad.) So is the car.

 

Umm...please, check on your dog.

 

I don't think he's just "tired".

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Re: What Was The First Credit Card In Your Name?


creditwherecreditisdue wrote:
I think it was a Sears store card around 1973 or so. I remember buying seat covers for my 1964 Buick Special after my dog ate the upholstery. That card is long since gone. (Too bad.) So is the car.

 

I wish I knew how to post pix.....  DH has a 64 Riviera.... (and no dogs allowed!)

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Kay Jewelers---1993...I bought my ex-husband's wedding band there ....every kiss begins and ends with KaySmiley Surprised

 

 

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