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  mrlopez  |  13

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  BagleHead  |  6

You should do what I do; take a blowtorch and two pieces of corrugated iron, heat the iron untill red hot, then quickly run hair through it. Good luck, hun

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  guckylynn  |  19

Actually it may seem suspicious because banks watch out for activity that isn't normal. Like spending a lot at once online. It's also not that hard to call the company and verify it was you so they take the lock off your account.

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  fromthesuck  |  8

75- actually yes it can be hard when you live on the other side of the world and have to go all day without eating because your card has been blocked before you can call the bank 9 hours behind. And I'm sure someone will say "well then get a closer bank" so if you want to trust a german with your money be my guest.

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  dcaruso  |  1

it makes sense actually. I work for a bank and online purchases often come up as suspicious. the main reason being that the company is located outside your comfort zone - and the card transaction is being processed outside of city/state/province or even country - which is one of the things we look for - apart from large transactions and many back to back transactions as well. its for your security and ours as well. a simple call of a few minutes will fix the situation. :)

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  iluvhobos  |  5

It's not suspicious, it's just way too much to pay for a flat iron. Go to Walmart and get one for under 50. The expensive ones don't make that much of a difference.

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  pepper477  |  6

122: actually, I got one for about 45 at a rite aid and it works like jesus, and it lasted longer than my friends extremly expensive one. so not always

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  zukinihudini  |  0

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  tylersign  |  11

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  Blissfull_Sin  |  7

I paid $150 for mine! And I got it on sale! Trust me it's worth the money. 100% ceramic and using it did cut down on da damage done to my hair from the store bought irons.... Good bye split ends ;)

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  HomeAl0ne  |  20

It wasn't the cost of the flat iron that they deemed suspicious, it's the fact that she normally buys butt plugs and bondage gear on her credit card. The hair straightener just seemed so out of character.

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  Kazze  |  31

172: oh my god exclamation points!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!¡ For me, a $30 straightener (or flat iron, whatever you prefer) and a $10 thing of heat protection spray are just as good as a $140 straightener.

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  nerdsgetmehot  |  22

#107 Really? I paid $30 for mine. Not that it's a great flat iron, but you can flat irons for fairly cheap. You can probably even buy decent flat irons for under $130.

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  kings1fan  |  6

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  stacianichole  |  2

Unless you're a hair stylist, no one "needs" to spend that much on a flat iron. They just damage the hell out of hair to the point where you need to use it to make your hair look decent.

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  yasmineo16  |  0

16: You said i can tell you know flat irons haha your hair is beautiful . It's not even her in the picture! It's a pic of an amazing singer named Jasmine Villegas :)

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  maskedman  |  9

I don't know about that. My account just froze yesterday because of some porn. I think when a purchase is made outside of your country it sends up a red flag. OP, all you have to do is call your company and confirm the purchase. They should unfreeze it immediately.

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