Received someone else's credit card?

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  1. echang

    echang Member

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    Today, I received my Bank of Hawaii Hawaiian Airlines card in the mail. I was surprised to find two credit cards in the letter: one for me and one for someone I don't know. The second card has a different credit card number, a different expiration date, someone else's name, and a different frequent flyer number. Has this ever happened to anyone else? I assume that I should just call and tell them they sent me someone else's credit card?
     
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  2. deant
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    Yes. I would call and ask if you should just cut up the card or return it to them. Normally I would say just cut the card up but I think someone needs to understand what happened.
     
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    Free miles! With the family share on Hawaiian can't be that hard to take some extra miles.


    I'm not advocating identity theft, but....HHonors points are nice.
     
  4. sobore
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    If the name on the second card is SOBORE please cut it up and send me the pieces! :p
     
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