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Bank Approves Credit Card Application Where Applicant Handwrote Awesome Terms On The Application!

By Nottheworstnews @NotTheWorstNews

MSN reports that a Russian man received a credit card application in the mail, and wrote in his own changes to the terms of the card on the contract.

From the article:

“The bank approved the contract without reading the amended fine print, unwittingly agreeing to a 0 percent interest rate, unlimited credit and no fees, as well as a stipulation that the bank pay steep fines for changing or canceling the contract.”

We’ve got to give that guy credit for doing something funny! Yes, we went there.

3 More Terms We’d Like To See Someone Write On A Credit Card Application

1. If someone steals your identity, they get all of your problems with it. Not only will the credit card company force the identity thief to take on your debts, but they will also have to listen to angry phone calls from your girlfriend about why you were out so late with your friends last night, when you should have remembered it’s your four-month anniversary. The identity thief will then have to send flowers to your girlfriend until she forgives you.

2. If you buy something while you’re under the influence of drugs or alcohol, it’s free! We’ll see how quickly credit card companies will process payments for Forever Lazy adult onesies and other infomerical wares at 3 a.m. then!

3. If the credit card company mails you “convenience checks,” that allow you to mistakenly pay for things with your credit card, thinking you were using checks from your bank account, you get ownership of a free convenience store for each check used. We’ll see if that stops the banks from mailing you these unwanted things, which are inconvenient to destroy, every three weeks!

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