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By mariology - / Wednesday 11 December 2013 12:33 / United States
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The name on the card should have given it away that it was your bosses card. If the name was the same as an employee then you should ask if it's theirs or not before playing Edward Scissorhands.

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Waste of a first comment. But personally I would have started laughing if I cut my bosses card! Hopefully he understands and doesn't fire you but if he does cut his neck.

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Thats what I was thinking, while I'm sure the boss can just get a new one and it's not a real problem, op never looked at the name??

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I worked retail in high school and I actually got written up because I returned a coworkers credit card to him instead of destroying it. Just shrug it off OP.

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#41 I'm just curious as to where you and OP work(ed) that has that policy. Every job I've had keeps it in the store safe incase the customer comes back for it. (Which a lot do when they track down their last purchase)z

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At the time I was working at Kohls. I dunno if it was the company or just the store managers there but it was a terrible working environment.

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I worked in grocery customer service, and we kept this stuff in tact until we cleaned out the lost and found, unless the card was to the in-store bank.

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#147 how exactly were they supposed to know it was debit? Last I knew almost all debut cards can be charged. Now I think cutting cards is a stupid policy, but you can't get mad at them for being safer than you with your card. You are the one who left it after all.

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Really? Mine has the MasterCard logo, but does not say debit. I CHARGE it frequently because I'm too lazy to type in my PIN and go through a million questions. Every card I've dealt with can be charged. Certain places (like my college bookstore, and pretty much any place the cashier swipes for you) only have a credit option. So as I said, the fact that it was a debit card is irrelevant.

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Rizzen, you got downvoted because credit cards have names on them. There was a huge way of being able to tell who the card belonged to.

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Unless the boss has a really common name. Even then, YDI for not double checking that it wasn't your boss's.

The name on the card should have given it away that it was your bosses card. If the name was the same as an employee then you should ask if it's theirs or not before playing Edward Scissorhands.

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I dunno, "Hey John Smith the cashier is this your credit card" "Hellz yea that reminds me I needed to go on a ten thousand dollar shopping spree"

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Don't worry, your boss was working your nerves and you secretly got back at him, you knew you saw that name on the card.

Did you not think to check the name? I really want to know if you told him, or just quietly put the pieces in the bin.

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