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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Deceased dog gets credit card offer



A window sticker advertising Visa and MasterCard credit cards hangs in a window in San Francisco, Calif. One dog in Canada recently was offered a credit card with a huge spending limit.

A dog with a credit offer most of us can only dream of.

According to The Sarnia Observer, an Ontario dog named Spark was offered up to 30,000.
But that's not the only weirdness -- turns out Spark the dog has been dead for a decade.

Her owner tells the paper that if the dog was alive -- and had had the card, and knew how to use it -- she might have bought a hula hoop.

Which would still leave her a credit limit of $29,996 -- give or take. 

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's kind of funny, and I wish my dog would get a $30,000 credit limit. I would hmmmhmmmm, I mean my dog would have himself a new car to drive. On a serious note, this company may need to look into how they target their customers. They have a serious flaw in their methods.

Chris Smith com 101 sec4049

Anonymous said...

Madison Harper com 101 4044
this is hilarious! i'm sure i wouldn't even get that high of a credit limit. they sure did their research for this costumer hah

Holly Knowlton said...

i guess banks are not as organized as they claim to be. How can you mess that up.

Holly Knowlton com 101 4080