8474 2017-09-01 by Darkdude456
1 HomeSandwich 2017-09-01
1 bfwilley 2017-09-01
Me too. I flashed on Admiral Ackbar as well.
1 PapiDimmi 2017-09-01
This is the first time I’ve watched the actual clip.
1 oceanxs 2017-09-01
😂😂😂 WHO DID THIS 😂😂😂
1 jacksfilmsbot 2017-09-01
Who did this? No, who actually did this? I want to give credit where credit is due. I’m done with stealing memes. New year, new me.
1 y2k890 2017-09-01
You forgot a forehead joke.
y'all wrong for this 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
1 plebtheturtle 2017-09-01
Thanks for giving me my daily exhale laugh.
1 AlphaTyrant 2017-09-01
Like slight nose exhale or that heeeeee wheezing noise some people make?
1 _why_1001w 2017-09-01
Just tried to reproduce that noise.
If you poke a small hole in something inflatable that should do it
Oh I got you like a huuuh?
Kinda, but with a more of a high pitched twist
1 thomasginn 2017-09-01
xDD lmaoooo xDD
1 Delumine 2017-09-01
privacy.com is your friend
1 plonce 2017-09-01
I don't get this tbh. My CC has 100% refunded me all fraudulent transactions and any transactions that are bogus (eg: cable company claims my cancellation was not within their "policy" range and dings me, CC refunds in full and issues them a chargeback punishment fee)
1 mdevour 2017-09-01
Dont mind me, Im warding
1 blackseed202 2017-09-01
Does it work outside US?
Only in US per their site Sign Up page:
1 imguralbumbot 2017-09-01
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1 LovableContrarian 2017-09-01
My credit card has a virtual number generator. It generates a card number that only works for one transaction and expires after like 15 minutes or something. I've used it for every online purchase in the past 5 years or so. Is this not common?
1 jonstern 2017-09-01
Can confirm Citi does this
1 ______DEADPOOL______ 2017-09-01
That needs to be standard everywhere.
1 jason2306 2017-09-01
What the fuck I wish
1 Gcarsk 2017-09-01
This is in Europe right? I've only seen a few pictures of credit cards with the little display that changes numbers every once in a while
1 militantcookie 2017-09-01
I get a message on my phone and to verify the transaction before it goes through so whether I give my card out or not doesn't matter
1 vll_dk 2017-09-01
What? How? Where?
1 had_to_sign_up 2017-09-01
It works like that in Turkey.
Its just a regular visa. It's like that for online transactions only. Issued in Cyprus (Bank of Cyprus). I think it's normal part of 3D secure, the bank verifies all online transactions.
1 vikaslohia 2017-09-01
In India it's called 3D verification system. You can't use credit card just by swapping it anymore. You have to enter a PIN, just like debit card. And while using it online, you have to either enter One-Time Password (OTP) which you get on text or a pre defined Password.
1 utybo 2017-09-01
What : Gold Visa credit card (i think)
How : Just a regular 2FA authentication
Where : France (LCL bank)
1 EatDahPewPew 2017-09-01
Same here. I get a code when I use it online
Damn that's smart
1 TheFeshy 2017-09-01
I had this back in 2003... and then they discontinued it, and I've never had another card with it.
1 xidral 2017-09-01
Citi bank has it
1 pta2002 2017-09-01
All banks in Portugal do this, it's pretty useful
1 Blueblackzinc 2017-09-01
1 Brocol1i 2017-09-01
Citi for me
1 secondarykip 2017-09-01
So wait,could you just use this for infinite Netflix trials,I feel like they'd have something specifically for those cases .
1 noitems 2017-09-01
You can get unlimited trial with the same card with different email. I've been doing this for 4 months now.
1 MrZero9g5 2017-09-01
I've never used Netflix before, do they take money from the credit card when I sign up?
1 theluckkyg 2017-09-01
No, that's why it's called a free trial.
First month is free. Just remember to cancel it immediately.
1 YusukeUramechi 2017-09-01
they wont know if we can keep this between us
1 dogchief 2017-09-01
Fucking Uncle Charlie's game.
The only way to be sure is to eliminate the rest of reddit.
1 Wizzad 2017-09-01
1 Khage 2017-09-01
I hope you had the time of your life.
1 provaut 2017-09-01
Its something unpredictable
1 mpwnalisa 2017-09-01
But in the end it's right
1 xxc3ncoredxx 2017-09-01
Well, getting rid of them is kind of the point.
1 ArokLazarus 2017-09-01
I'll start by offing myself.
1 HyphenSam 2017-09-01
Me too thanks
1 m32th4nks 2017-09-01
1 4324864646 2017-09-01
Flea boo flanks
Wow that's a very sophisticated bot. Check out it's history.
1 Acmnin 2017-09-01
Crazy, I imagine America will have it by 2100.
1 who-bah-stank 2017-09-01
1 Draegur 2017-09-01
oh my fucking god i need to get a card that can do that O_O;
1 RustyShacklefordCS 2017-09-01
My BoA CC has that feature. Pretty useful
1 pastanaut 2017-09-01
1 Nhayes91 2017-09-01
Every Credit Card company provides this virtual card service. Or at least that's my exp in India
1 SpartanAB117 2017-09-01
What? This black magic fuckery is available here? Which bank?
I've used it on HDFC & SBI. It's on ICICI too.
1 Hitesh0630 2017-09-01
WOW. I gotta try this
1 altiuscitiusfortius 2017-09-01
Which card and in which country? Ive never heard of this.
1 brock_h 2017-09-01
Citi credit cards in the US have this, but it is accomplished with software on the PC.
1 Bk4speed 2017-09-01
Android pay does something similar too
1 coolzville 2017-09-01
do you have a cashback key i can use?
1 Anaron 2017-09-01
If only that worked in Canada.
1 PP_96 2017-09-01
That was a close one.
1 sirDangel 2017-09-01
Me on crunchyroll
1 Llasiguri 2017-09-01
It's pretty safe though.
The only problem I've had with it is that it blocks in my country and doesn't let me watch shit
That's due to the vagaries of licensing restrictions (this is what support told me). It sucks that I can't see One Piece subbed.
1 llStev 2017-09-01
Kissanime.ru my dude
1 japzone 2017-09-01
(Pulls out empty Prepaid card)
1 ThouArtMortal 2017-09-01
Even though they obviously won't be able to get any money from you, would you still be legally responsible for the amount they charge you until they just cancel acct? Like if you used your real name, would the charge be sent to collections?
As dmnchild said. The charge will just get declined and they'll suspend the subscription until you (never) add a new payment method.
1 CSI_Tech_Dept 2017-09-01
It depends on the company. They also could leave service running, create an invoice for you and if you didn't paid then they would report you to credit agencies and ruin your credit.
Especially be wary of places that know your SSN.
I've never met a consumer aimed subscription business that does this. Most online subscription services are pre-paid so at the beginning of each cycle they charge you and if the charge doesn't go through they cease your service until you pay up. Less trouble for everyone involved. Besides, if you're using a Prepaid card then it isn't tied to your credit since it acts as a pseudo-debit card, and you shouldn't be giving your real info to a business you plan on severing ties with anyway. You shouldn't be giving your SSN to random businesses either.
SirusXM does this, they will provide an invoice and continue providing the service.
Actually they might be an exception, since I never gave them my SSN (unless they got it from my dealer).
They charge you like a cable subscription would, where you're basically getting a service contract instead of simply prepaying for service in set periods. Plus it's a physical service again so they have your personal info, and they don't accept prepaid cards for auto-renewal anyway, according to their customer agreement, they're only allowed for when you're manually paying for service each period.
1 Jah_Ith_Ber 2017-09-01
I used to work for a place that had a "free trial" where you put in your credit card and then they send you more and more shit. If the card declines they harass the customers via phone and letters to the billing address. Then they sell the debt to collectors.
At that point it's a scam anyway. And that's a physical subscription not an online one, so automatically you're handing over your personal info which defeats the whole point to using a disposable card. At that point you should properly cancel your subscription with them and if they refuse or ignore it you can take threaten legal action as that could qualify as harassment or even fraud.
1 Kotee_ivanovich 2017-09-01
There are anonimous prepaid cards which is not connected to your bank account and you dont give your info while buying the card.
1 dmnchild 2017-09-01
On prepaid if the funds aren't there, it gets declined. So most likely you'll get deactivated from the services and a few emails to that spam account you created and never check letting you know there was a billing error.
1 2Punx2Furious 2017-09-01
Eh, too much work, might as well pirate it.
At least you don't to worry about malware.
1 pixelzgaming 2017-09-01
Right? Especially when piracy is legal in my country anyway
1 poodlemania1 2017-09-01
1 uber1337h4xx0r 2017-09-01
1 Whiteoak789 2017-09-01
I use a cardboard one that I got in the mail for spam. Mainly when I book hotel rooms so if I have to cancel they can't charge me anything if they want try to pull the 24 hour cancellation policy BS.
1 kratoz29 2017-09-01
Could you elaborate? This seems interesting.
Yeah sure hotels don't charge you anything or even authorize any payments until arrival. Unless of course you prepay for the room. So lets say you want to make a reservation all you have to do is use any random 16 digits as long as they start with the number like (4 visa, 3 amex etc.) It will work to put on the room reservation because hotels in majority of cases will only authorize the card upon arrival and not actual run the room charge until your check out date. So when making the room reservation you can use a fake card so if you can't make it and you missed there cancellation policy they can't do anything cause the card isn't real in the first place so it won't run through.
I worked at a hotel for 5 years and did business with hotels nationwide it's a little know trick to cheat the policy.
Prepaid doesn't work 99% of the time.
Worked with most of the online subscription services I've encountered. For online services it's really easy to just cut off their service to you if you don't pay, and then restore it once you do. It's all automated, so as long as they get their money they're happy. Hunting down users for payment just wastes more resources than simply cutting them off when the money dries up.
1 loyalkek 2017-09-01
Just use an old prepaied card
1 samsng2 2017-09-01
You must always look for the cracked version first
1 beecherhg 2017-09-01
What's this from?
1 merreborn 2017-09-01
1 Saltub 2017-09-01
1 dumbdudewithaguitar 2017-09-01
Thank you for reminding me to cancel prime free trial
1 assistedSUICIDE 2017-09-01
This is what I do. Works okay for me.
Love your "Cancel HBO NOW"
Yeah it's their streaming service.
1 hallowaslosdu 2017-09-01
I always cancel my trials right after i signed up for it. They still give you premium till the end of the month. Worked for Amazon Prime, Netflix, etc.
1 Lj3M00N 2017-09-01
HAHah so true
1 Moon_Dew 2017-09-01
Man, I'll drink to that!
1 tsw_distance 2017-09-01
Generates that credit card
1 not_usually_serious 2017-09-01
this is why I keep a prepaid card with no money on it
1 aclays 2017-09-01
This is why you should use temporary card numbers created by your bank. I use them all the time with like a $10 top limit. It lets the company charge $1 for authorization and get the trial started then the $15/mo or whatever fee doesn't authorize if you don't cancel.
1 thatshitsfunny247 2017-09-01
Make burner card
1 bowlofbiscuits 2017-09-01
This is awesome!
1 puddinginmango 2017-09-01
I was going to say this. Best service ever
1 Lazaras 2017-09-01
I just got charged for HBO Now after signing up for the free for Game of Thrones. Bamboozled myself 😭
1 joel99fcb 2017-09-01
Nah definitely watch Westworld on blu-ray. Much better experience
I have already 😏
1 ProbablyaWaffle 2017-09-01
As someone who works in credit card disputes, I have to tell you that the amount of traps set up like this are absolutely insane. We're talking people will sign up for "Free trials" or "only pay shipping and handling" and then have to call us three months later when they've been charged $300 a month by all these groups and have no idea why. And then I have to explain to them that those charges are absolutely valid and there is nothing we can do except prevent future charges.
1 FujiToday 2017-09-01
1 E_EqualsDankCSquared 2017-09-01
Ay fr. Screw the companies that do that garbage. If it's a so called free trial, then I shouldn't have to put my person info in for something temporary
1 SirHolyCow 2017-09-01
1 obol2 2017-09-01
Google Play music...
1 RomeoYankee96 2017-09-01
Just want to let you all know, If it's those 30day free trial sort of things, just enter your credit card number first then immediately cancel the subscription. You will still be entitled to the 30 days free trial.