Friday, March 9, 2007

And a positive story

While Marty Robertson was having problems getting in touch with Washington Mutual, kimdog reports that some banks are better at it.

In fact, you don't have to be the owner of the card to cancel it. I found a wallet on the subway with cards and cash, but no contact info. Rather that turning it over to the MTA (where she would never see it again). I called the bank and asked if they could contact her. They immediately canceled all the cards, and told me to drop it off at a bank branch (which I did).


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