[Groop] Groo Credit cards
grooless at yahoo.com
Fri May 4 21:27:49 PDT 2007
They're not actually credit cards, they are the banks "Night and Day" cards,
which is a debit card only, you can use at ATM or EFTPOS (Electronic Funds
Transfer at Point Of Sale).
And yes I had thought of the $5.00 NZD charge for a replacement card when a
card is lost ...
- Open new acct with $5.00 per Grooper who wants a card
- Order a lost card for each "order" and pay the $5 fine for each one
- Close acct after we have enough cards
- post cards out
Would see if I could get the name on the card to be G.Rooper. :o)
But that may have to wait until I get back to NZ to jack up ....
----- Original Message -----
From: "Grossmann, Gary (DOR)" <GaryG at DOR.WA.GOV>
To: <groop at groo.com>
Sent: Friday, May 04, 2007 11:48 PM
Subject: Re: [Groop] Groo Credit cards
>I think it would be simpler if I just moved to New Zealand! -Gary G.
>>You will now have a Groo item that I don't have! That's not easy to
>>-Gary G. (Whose bank won't make him a Groo Bank card even if I got
>>PS Maybe I'll open an account with the Greg's New Zealand bank
>>PPS I wonder if when you use it to take money out of the bank it will
>>pay you in Kopins?
> Something to keep in mind, Gary, is that credit cards expire after
> awhile. Most of the time, the expiration date is 2-4 years in the
> future, and when it expires, the bank sends you a new one. If Greg
> trusts you, and he gets the Groo card, he might be willing to send
> you the old card when it expires. (And of course you won't know the
> new expiration date).
> If Greg wanted to "cheat" a little, and is generous, he could (after
> he gets his card) tell the bank it was "lost" and ask them to issue
> him a new one. Then the old one could be given away to a Groop
> member, as it would no longer be valid.
> On the other hand, many banks do "branded" credit cards where they
> allow an organization to put their logo on that bank's credit cards,
> which are then offered to members of that organization. Maybe Sergio
> and Mark could get some US bank to do a "branded" Groo card?
> Rick Loomis
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