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Re: Where do new cards come from?


BearsAndTurtlesRtheBest wrote:

you dont want to knoww.......LOL JK hahha


Hey, you may be a lil to young to be in here >>>>>>>>>>>> Just picking with you


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Re: Where do new cards come from?

To those that may have missed the earlier thread, a unicorn cc is what people are calling a Zync cc. Check out thread here about zync packs being cancelled.


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Re: Where do new cards come from?

LOL my Zync Unicorn is hurt because Daddy AMEX took all his benefits away :smileysad:

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Re: Where do new cards come from?

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Re: Where do new cards come from?

What if the card doesn't know who it's father is? Does it decide to make an appearance on Maury Povich???

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Re: Where do new cards come from?


injustifiiable wrote:

What if the card doesn't know who it's father is? Does it decide to make an appearance on Maury Povich???


Ah, you must be referring to the Amex bluebird card. The first step in figuring out who the father of the card is to have a South park episode a la the Eric Cartmen John Elway episode. If that doesn't work then we next turn to  Maury and lastly to Jerry Springer. 



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