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By Anonymous / Friday 25 September 2009 12:54 / United States
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By  null_fml  |  11

What exactly was your thought process? I'm thinking either: "QUICK! Somebody could come into my house, rip the credit card offer out of my hands, run out and go redeem it in my name! I better snap it in half (because that's completely irreparable and would foil the thief) before reading it!" Or: "QUICK! I've opened the envelope so now spy satellites can see it through the window! I better snap it in half (so they can't see it anymore because spy satellites don't actually record anything they see) before reading it!"

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  diet_otaku  |  0

"hello, verizon? i received the $100 visa gift card, but it looks like it suffered some damage in the mail and won't be useable. could you cancel that one and send me a new one?" come on, people, think.

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  Brey1013  |  0

Are you from the 19th century? who doesnt have a phone???

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  brkn_hearted  |  0

and idk about anyone else, but i've tried "snapping" credit/giftcards in half and failed miserably... those bitches bend like crazy >:( but yeah, i HIGHLY doubt that verizon has a creditcard service now, along with everything else... so ydi for not checking it out first

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  jonnyapples  |  7

yes. verison sends out 100$ visa gift certificates as rebates. and there is always the scratch off code on the back for online purchases. although all of the op's facts are correct. if they actually had the card they wouldve seen the code. i say fake.

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  canucksrule88  |  0

not only destroy it but PLAY with the pieces for 10 mins.....fail OP is probably very immature and has no knowledge of the real world if he (or she) was that quick to snap up a credit card

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  AsianHomie  |  0

He could say that multiple times

By  flyboy57  |  0

I did something like that before. I thought I got a new credit card, left it around for months, only to realize it was a rebate card after it had expired.

By  null_fml  |  11

What exactly was your thought process? I'm thinking either: "QUICK! Somebody could come into my house, rip the credit card offer out of my hands, run out and go redeem it in my name! I better snap it in half (because that's completely irreparable and would foil the thief) before reading it!" Or: "QUICK! I've opened the envelope so now spy satellites can see it through the window! I better snap it in half (so they can't see it anymore because spy satellites don't actually record anything they see) before reading it!"

By  gorgeousxbaby  |  0

nice one retard. how did you not remeber you sent something away for your rebate ? and you could have at least read it .. noone was going to come into your home and steal it from you..

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