Attorney General Warns Against Kardashian Kard; Also Be Careful If Khloe Gets Hungry
Perfumes. Clothing. Books. What will the Kardashian’s put their name on next? Tombstones? Don’t be so optimistic. Prepaid credit cards was the answer. But this business endeavor might have their rotund rumps in hot water.
Keeping up with the Kardashians can be costly for young adults enticed by a debit card tied to the popular reality TV series, Connecticut’s attorney general said.
Richard Blumenthal, the attorney general and senator-elect, issued a Black Friday warning to parents about the ‘Kardashian Kard’ and other prepaid debit cards that he said burden cardholders with ‘outrageous’ fees.
Oh yeah! New sheriff in town! First order of business; celebrity scams. I like it senator-elect. Good move Make a huge splash, like Khloe getting into a bathtub. Stop letting these floozies make money of young adults, albeit incredibly gullible young adults, that think having credit cards endorsed by a woman with a sex tape and her talentless sisters is the road to financial stability.
‘In reality, no family can “keep up with the Kardashians” using this card.’
BAM! Blumenthal with a zinger. Burn. Just like Kim’s crotch when she doesn’t ointment up.
In a letter to University National Bank, which issues the Kardashian Prepaid MasterCard, Mr Blumenthal complained about card fees of $59.95 for six months or $99.95 for 12 months, plus $7.95 a month thereafter, as well as fees for ATM withdrawals, cancellations and talking with a live phone operator.
For a larger fee they’ll let you talk to Khloe herself, but you’ve just got to pretend you’re the pizza place and fake taking her order.
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