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By  Isamermaid  |  14

Maybe you should depend on something other than credit cards. Like a debit card. That has your own, real money on it. But also you can report it to your credit card company, as unauthorized transactions. There is a bright side to credit cards. If you have the cash to back them up.

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  Mirorbo  |  26

Fuhohoho!~ I'm going to assume you know nothing of the dreaded monthly curse, #18. Most darlings get horrible cramps when it hits, so they need pain killers until it passes over.

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  TurboTalon  |  0

Ouch.. unless you have super low limits that's gotta be at least 5 grand... Tell her if she doesn't return everything you're going to turn her in for credit card fraud. This reminds me of when I was 11 and placed a $2,000 order on my parents credit card for an AIBO.

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  Xeno213  |  0

why do you has credit cards? they're so pointless!! all they do is put idiots in debt sooo yeah ydi for letting yur sister use your credit cards!! fail! isn't sibling love ignoring them and not letting them touch your stuff?

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yea you should really have something as valuable as a credit card in a semi safe place. I have an emergency one just incase but I just use cash and debit. especially for small purchases. oh and some places done even ask you to sign for the card. I know target doesn't require a signature if the purchase is under 50$.

By  jonquincysmith  |  0

YDI for not having cash!

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  Mirorbo  |  26

I thought pin numbers were only for debit cards though. Whenever I use my card for debit, I'm required to use a PIN. If I use it for credit, I have to show ID. Hmm... Either way, if she maxed out three cards, I would think they were very high priced purchases. I certainly would grow suspicious and demand to see some ID.

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  Mirorbo  |  26

Ah, that is very true. Well, I hope OP gets this sorted out, and I REALLY hope some sound punishment is delivered to the younger sister. If my boys ever pulled that on me, I'd make sure they'd remember to not do it again, Fuhohoho....

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In the US, unless you use a PIN, the cashier is supposed to compare your signature to the one on the card. If the card isn't signed, the cashier is supposed to ask for ID. However, with so many places asking you to run your own cards nowadays, fraud is easier than ever. OP should be able to file this as fraud with the card companies to get the balances restored.

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  hhheeeyyyooo  |  0

when I use my mom's card (with permission!!), I get asked for my ID all the time. our names are completely different but just similar enough that they usually give me the benefit of the doubt. I've only been denied once and that was out of town. oh and we sign our names the same way so my ID signature resembles the one on her card too. =P

By  Isamermaid  |  14

Maybe you should depend on something other than credit cards. Like a debit card. That has your own, real money on it. But also you can report it to your credit card company, as unauthorized transactions. There is a bright side to credit cards. If you have the cash to back them up.

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