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Old 02-08-2013, 02:29 AM   #34
nature1ders
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The point of closing it was so I wouldn't be tempted to keep buying DVD's and Blurays adding to my library of stuff I built up. And it worked too I got to pay my credit card off slowly over time and when I was finished I felt like I could use it again for a few things, so I reopened the account. Anyways it may seem minor but it's bizarre because the first time I used a Chase Debit card (when I gave up thinking it was a glitch) and not theirs, I see no logical reason why someone that closed an account and reopened it would be flagged as potential FRAUD alert it makes really no sense especially given a year time difference. No I'm sorry this is just nutty.
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