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I was watching a documentary with a friend ("Tricked" -- it's about human trafficking, super disturbing, worth watching for sure).
And a human-trafficker (who for some reason agreed to be interviewed on camera) was bragging about how much money he was making. And he goes to the camera guy, "Here, lemme show you all my credit cards that I got." And he starts taking them out of his wallet and goes, "I got credit credit cards from all the biggest banks ... Bank of America, Chase." And he starts throwing them down like he's making it rain.
And I'm giggling because it's not exactly like he's got a Centurion, and he's all "Look at me, I have a BofA card." But then the camera shows the cards on the floor for a split second, and I notice right away that these aren't BofA or chase CREDIT cards. They're debit cards. I tell my friend as much, and she goes, 'Wait, how can you tell?' And I go 'Because that's what a BofA debit card looks and that's how a Chase business debit card looks. Bank of America, for example, has several rewards cards for cash back, travel and then there's the better balance rewards card. But none of them have that particular card design."
And my friend goes, "Um...you realize that's weird that you know that, right?"
I may be a bit too *into* credit cards.
-Capital One Quicksilver
-Barclaycard Arrival (no AF)
- US Bank (no rewards)