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Up against the credit card bureaucracy

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In January, abandoning my customary prudence, I ordered a $2,000 telephoto lens from an online company I had never heard of. I did this after a brief shopping excursion on the Internet, choosing the vendor that offered the lens at the lowest price. I had a slight catch in my nervous system when I typed in my credit card number, but I did it anyway. Well, you can guess the rest, at least some of ...

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July 8, 2012
10:07 a.m.

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Thing like this keep you busy in retirement Carl. Just relak and enjoy life after work. You, above all, can talk/write you way arourd most everything.

July 8, 2012
9:06 p.m.

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Dear Mr. Strock:

You have the wrong credit card! My 'bank,' the Navy Federal Credit Union, called me to warn me my card had been stolen even before I knew it was gone! And NO liability to me.