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10 Hilarious Stories About Customers Who Should Never Have Been Given A Credit Card

| Right | January 26, 2021

Dear readers,

When you sign up for a credit card, you usually have to go through pages and pages of small print where you confirm exactly what it is you’re signing up for. The following roundup is about the customers whose ignorance is why that small print goes on for pages and pages. Their lack of knowledge of the most basic facts of how a credit card works surpass funny and heads straight into terrifying.

The following ten stories are about customers who are so clueless about their credit cards that they should have never been approved for one!


This Is A Bad Sign – What a coincidence! There’s nothing in your brain, either.

Demagnetized But Still Attracting Idiots – Just smile and nod, author. Smile and nod.

To Make Up His Mind, He Would Need To Have One First – Hopefully, these are books on basic finances.

Some Customers Are Completely See-Through – Hits from the comments: “Sir, I assure you: if I had the ability to do that, I wouldn’t be here working in retail.”

Misunderstanding ‘Friendly Service’ – Why worry about identity theft and fraud when you can worry about random friend requests?

H2Slow, Part 3 – Water is powerful, but not like that.

It Also Adds Money This Way – Yeah, the buttons are just for show.

Cutting Down Credit Fraud – But what if the thief is coming from the Internet?!

Whoever Blinks First Loses – You know who really loses? The next customer in line.

Magnetic Lines Of Farce – Hits from the comments: “That’s not what they mean by ‘cold cash’!”


We hope you enjoyed this Clueless-Credit-Card-User-themed roundup! Want to send in your own story? Submit your story here!

Some other roundups to check out if you liked this one:

23 Ridiculous Stories About Weird Customers You’ll Meet At The Bank


10 Hilarious Stories About Customers With Terrible Math

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