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Lost my credit card

ThisIsBananas

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God dammit!

I was at the store this afternoon buying shit, and I gave the cashier my credit card. He gave it back along with the receipt. When I went to go pay for gas, I realized my credit card and receipt was missing. I repeatedly checked my pockets and checked all in my car for them, but they disappeared. I went back to the cashier and asked if I left it there, and he said no. Nobody left anything at the register.

I got distracted earlier looking up an address on my phone, and that's when I most likely dropped them somewhere. Thankfully I had some cash in my wallet to pay for the gas. Sigh... now I have to cancel my credit card and request a new one.
 

MaxPower

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Sucks to be you. By the way, what's your zip code, mother's maiden name and your first school?
 

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I was in a hurry, got my cash and left my ATM card in the machine. After a couple worried phone calls later, it turns out the card got sucked back into the machine and it's a somewhat common occurrence . All was well, as the bank had my card and I just had to show proof of ID and my account number to get it back. The bank teller and I had an entertaining discussion about how I felt like a dumbass.
 

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I was in a hurry, got my cash and left my ATM card in the machine. After a couple worried phone calls later, it turns out the card got sucked back into the machine and it's a somewhat common occurrence . All was well, as the bank had my card and I just had to show proof of ID and my account number to get it back. The bank teller and I had an entertaining discussion about how I felt like a dumbass.
Just about every time I leave the ATM, I'm afraid I left my account open so people can get money out. Even though it always stops and asks for the card again if I want to do something else. I'm paranoid.
 

BrIONwoshMunky

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I was in a hurry, got my cash and left my ATM card in the machine. After a couple worried phone calls later, it turns out the card got sucked back into the machine and it's a somewhat common occurrence . All was well, as the bank had my card and I just had to show proof of ID and my account number to get it back. The bank teller and I had an entertaining discussion about how I felt like a dumbass.
The bank ATM's I frequent gives you back your card before your cash. You won't forget your cash... It's obviously the only reason you're there in the first place.
 

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I was in a hurry, got my cash and left my ATM card in the machine. After a couple worried phone calls later, it turns out the card got sucked back into the machine and it's a somewhat common occurrence . All was well, as the bank had my card and I just had to show proof of ID and my account number to get it back. The bank teller and I had an entertaining discussion about how I felt like a dumbass.
This has happened to me twice. I liked the old ATMs that you just slid your card by the reader and never let go of it.
 

ThisIsBananas

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A few days ago I lost my wallet and started panicking. Turns out it just fell out of my coat pocket and was in my car.
 

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Uh . If that is a fact why doesn’t the guy just take his phone back? Seems pretty simple.
I know, right? He told me that so and so stole his phone and told me to go confront him, but I had no idea who he was talking about. He should have got the phone back himself.
 

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People are so afraid of confrontation that they allow bad behavior. Or they get run over long enough that they snap. Like fucking Jung.