LOL This *story* may work with your mother, but I am not buying it. The chances of you choosing a random credit card number, name on the card, expiry date, 3 digit security code on the back of the card AND the correct billing address that goes with the name of the person on the card are a trillion to one. So, my guess is, you either took someones card, found a card # on some fake card generator site or something else, and thought you could somehow get away with this, and got a conscience at the end.
by Genuine Guidance - 7 hours ago
Expect the police to be knocking on the door soon. That's credit card fraud and is a felony.
by David14 - 7 hours ago
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