Friday, February 7, 2014

That's One Way To Stop Using Credit Cards

It would make signing the receipts interesting though.


Bank of America sends credit card offer to ‘Lisa Is A Slut McIntire’



It's been nearly a decade, but a foul-mouthed prankster has finally had their day.

A credit card offer sent by Bank of America is creating quite a stir after it was addressed to a "Lisa Is a Slut McIntire."

It's been nearly a decade, but a foul-mouthed prankster has finally had their day.

A credit card offer sent by Bank of America is creating quite a stir after it was addressed to a "Lisa Is a Slut McIntire."


The freelance California writer immediately looped in Bank of America and the Golden Key International Honour Society which appeared to be partnering with the bank on the offer.

McIntire wrote that a Golden Key executive went through her entire account and determined that the name change took place between 2004 and 2008.



"So it's possible that I've been sluttin' it up in a honor society's database for almost 10 years," McIntire wrote. "They haven't been able to pinpoint how 'Is A Slut' became my middle name, but they're still investigating."



I'd be surprised if this was just a random thing.
I'm betting someone knew this lady and decided to have a little fun.
It just took ten years for the punchline to land.

There also probably wasn't enough space to add ignorant either.



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