“Dear Mastercard,”

Effective May 1, 2005, any compromise of my data will result in a $50 liability for you, the card issuer, owed to me, the card holder.
Cashing the payment check I sent you last month (which you did) shall constitute your acceptance of this agreement. Subsequent security breaches will compound the fee. I will spell out the terms of just how much these fees and related costs will escalate as soon as I find a typeface that is small enough.

Read Loren Steffy’s “open letter to my dearest creditor.”

1 thought on ““Dear Mastercard,”

  1. Cardholders of ther world band together and combat the ORIGINAL form of spyware: credit cards.

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