My great-great-great-great-great-great Grandchildren



  • Punks got ahold of my credit card!

    Credit Cards WTF

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     



  • Or I guess it could be the last thing I purchase before I die at the youthful age of 197..



  • Is the WTF that you used your credit card to buy something for 1.68?  What does that have to do with your grandchildren?



  • @SuperousOxide said:

    Is the WTF that you used your credit card to buy something for 1.68?  What does that have to do with your grandchildren?

    What's the WTF about that?



  • Wow, I guess it was just more obvious to me...

     Look at the last charge.

    I thought it was at least Side Bar worthy.



  • i'm actually more interested in what that one order is that was important enough to hide the company name from. But i'm just nosey like that.
     



  • @stratos said:

    i'm actually more interested in what that one order is that was important enough to hide the company name from. But i'm just nosey like that.
     

    Dentist..



  • Ah, I was distracted by the one charge where you blotted out the recipient.



  • @stratos said:

    i'm actually more interested in what that one
    order is that was important enough to hide the company name from. But
    i'm just nosey like that.
     

    Duh.

    Strap-on.



  • @Siloria said:

    Or I guess it could be the last thing I purchase before I die at the youthful age of 197..

     

    Wooh not only are you 197 you can travel though time!!! Good work man, I applaud you. Also I need a person to traven though time with. I have only done this once before, bring your own weapons, safety not guaranteed...
     



  • @Siloria said:

    Dentist..

    @dhromed said:

    Duh.

    Strap-on.



    Wow talk about your rough oral examinations....



  • Oh, the transaction at the bottom of the list is dated 2174.  Took a while to find that.  A little highlighting mighta helped.



  • 11 replies and not a murmur about the browser in use! come on you FF/Opera fanboys, get with the game...



  • @bobday said:

    11 replies and not a murmur about the browser in use! come on you FF/Opera fanboys, get with the game...

    Rabble Rabble Rabble use Opera because it's awesome Rabble Rabble Rabble fast and light and innovative Rabble Rabble Rabble



  • @bobday said:

    11 replies and not a murmur about the browser in use! come on you FF/Opera fanboys, get with the game...

    Finance-related websites tend to be quite picky about which browser you use, and block access if there's even a hint that you're using an unapproved browser.



  • @bobday said:

    11 replies and not a murmur about the browser in use! come on you FF/Opera fanboys, get with the game...

    He makes a good point.

     Upgrade to IE7:  http://www.microsoft.com/windows/downloads/ie/getitnow.mspx



  • @SuperousOxide said:

    Is the WTF that you used your credit card to buy something for 1.68? What does that have to do with your grandchildren?

    Man, I hate that. A credit card is convenient. I don't have to carry a wad of cash around. Why should the dollar amount have any bearing on whether I choose to use a credit card?

    Further, a lot of cards give cash back or some other kind of reward. Mine does. The rate is about 1% of the total purchases. What kind of chump would turn down the opportunity to get 1% back on EVERYTHING YOU BUY? It's like you're paying extra for no reason.

    Why should I plan my day around a visit to the ATM to get cash just because I might make a small purchase? Oh, I'm sorry, does my use of a credit card INCONVENIENCE YOU?

     



  • @bobday said:

    11 replies and not a murmur about the browser in use! come on you FF/Opera fanboys, get with the game...

    Indeed. TRWTF is that the OP is using IE6 for this. Firefox yes, Opera yes, IE7 maybe. IE6 only if you WANT your details stolen.
     



  • @m0ffx said:

    @bobday said:

    11 replies and not a murmur about the browser in use! come on you FF/Opera fanboys, get with the game...

    Indeed. TRWTF is that the OP is using IE6 for this. Firefox yes, Opera yes, IE7 maybe. IE6 only if you WANT your details stolen.
     

    To be fair, the site is using https, which will encrypt the entire request and response.  Even IE6 would warn you if you're viewing unencrypted content on an encrypted page. 



  • What does IGA have that warrants four to five visits per week? 



  • @belgariontheking said:

    To be fair, the site is using https, which will encrypt the entire request and response.  Even IE6 would warn you if you're viewing unencrypted content on an encrypted page.

    Using IE6 is like getting cash from a crack dealer in the apartment down the hall, as opposed to going to an ATM.  Pretty risky.   



  • @belgariontheking said:

    @m0ffx said:

    @bobday said:

    11 replies and not a murmur about the browser in use! come on you FF/Opera fanboys, get with the game...

    Indeed. TRWTF is that the OP is using IE6 for this. Firefox yes, Opera yes, IE7 maybe. IE6 only if you WANT your details stolen.
     

    To be fair, the site is using https, which will encrypt the entire request and response.  Even IE6 would warn you if you're viewing unencrypted content on an encrypted page. 

    Unless it's been trojaned. If you're using IE6 on a regular basis, there's a pretty good chance that you've got at least one trojan in it somewhere.



  • @purge said:

    What does IGA have that warrants four to five visits per week? 

    Food



  • @ShadowWolf said:

    @purge said:

    What does IGA have that warrants four to five visits per week? 

    Food

    Yeah, he went four times in one week and then didn't go again for 165 years.  Now that's a hunger strike! 


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