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Re: Stolen credit card + Britannica Premium

Postby smallwhite » Wed Jan 10, 2018 5:58 am

Adrianslont wrote:
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Adrianslont wrote:I don’t know if I’ve managed to articulate why but I think that this is not as bad as you might feel - especially if there is a real apology and no repeat incidences. And especially as it wasn’t for drink or drugs!

You've probably explained to me what they say, "it's not just the kid's fault" :?

I realised Olga has her age on her profile.

That’s a good saying - which I’d never heard before! Often it’s noones fault ...

That's not what they mean when they say that but nevermind.
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Re: Stolen credit card + Britannica Premium

Postby Adrianslont » Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:26 am

smallwhite wrote:
Adrianslont wrote:
smallwhite wrote:
Adrianslont wrote:I don’t know if I’ve managed to articulate why but I think that this is not as bad as you might feel - especially if there is a real apology and no repeat incidences. And especially as it wasn’t for drink or drugs!

You've probably explained to me what they say, "it's not just the kid's fault" :?

I realised Olga has her age on her profile.

That’s a good saying - which I’d never heard before! Often it’s noones fault ...

That's not what they mean when they say that but nevermind.

Ah, I really didn’t articulate that well! My second sentence wasn’t meant to be a paraphrase of the first one - it was meant to be a separate observation. I understood “your” saying to mean it’s a combination of the kid’s fault AND someone else’s - probably the parents. Right? Maybe if I’d said, “And often it’s noones fault at all.”
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Re: Stolen debit card + Britannica Premium

Postby Serpent » Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:46 am

If your kid bought the subscription (and nothing else), you don't really need to reissue the card :D
What did you mean in your first post by "exposing the details on the internet"?
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