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By  Infernari  |  0

you can totally contest that. no store should allow someone to use a credit card for that much without checking the signature and ID. if they don't verify the ID, contest it with the credit card company and if they can't do anything, you can sue the store.

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By  brootalxkeni  |  0

atleast they're happy?

By  BWill9014  |  4

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  hmna  |  0

Actually, the credit card companies discourage stores from asking for ID. Fortunately, in the US, your liability is limited to $50 if your credit card is stolen.

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  ChibiChibi_fml  |  22

How can the credit card companies be discouraging checking ID when it is the card companies that have told ever store I've worked at (and there have been far too many) that under NO circumstances is a husband to use a wife's card, a wife to use a husband's card, or any body not on the accounts at all to use any of the card. They tell you to check ID for those reasons.

By  Infernari  |  0

you can totally contest that. no store should allow someone to use a credit card for that much without checking the signature and ID. if they don't verify the ID, contest it with the credit card company and if they can't do anything, you can sue the store.

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  elmousey  |  5

I would like to point out that this is wrong. Many stores have policies with credit card companies where as long as the card is signed no ID is needed. While unlikely, the company can even be fined for asking for ID on signed cards. So obviously not signing your cards, or writing SEE ID, is the best option.

By  Infernari  |  0

and now I can't get the horrible idea of someone running around in sweatpants with the word "juicy" across their ass in tacky rhinestones. for that, I blame you. bit hey, just tell the cops to look for the tackiest person in town and check them for your cards...

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