My pet got a better credit card offer than I did
We know just about everyone seems to get credit card offers, but these stories take it to a whole new level. Here's what you should do if your pet -- or child -- gets an offer.
Soon, Max W. Gavaghan began to receive offers from all sorts of companies: magazines, sweepstakes, country club memberships and grocery delivery companies, all wanting to reel Max in.
But perhaps the most enticing offer was a preapproved credit card from MBNA (acquired by Bank of America in 2006) with a $100,000 limit. On the same day, Max’s owner also received a card offer from MBNA -- but with a limit of only $50,000. Their cat was more creditworthy than Mike and Debbie!
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