Stupid Banking Tricks

Some days, I really, really want to hate someone over this.

If you use your debit card at a pump that does not require a PIN, the station regularly will block out an amount -- often $50 or $75 -- on your card.


From the great minds that brought you "Anyone who listens to music is stealing" and "If we Encrypt It, They Will Come", comes the latest and greatest hit, "Every Fill Up Could Be a Drive away."

I know they're doing it, so it must have legal footing, but how in the world can this be legal? When the hell did this country go from "Innocent until Guilty" to "You're a Filthy Theif, Consumer"?

Must be Monday... I always hated Mondays.

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