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Could I get into trouble for using my friends debit card without permission??

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    delete me
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    You have each others debit cards? You're both morons. Nuff said.
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    (Original post by Lamps08)
    report me to the Pigs?
    OP, what are pigs going to do? Get the horses to chase you?
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    (Original post by Miracle Day)
    OP, what are pigs going to do? Get the horses to chase you?
    QSS
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    (Original post by Lamps08)
    Yeh, I know. The guys still owe's me £20 yet he's (kinda) threatening me :rolleyes:
    OP. If I were you I'd go and see the local farmer, show him a picture of your friend and tell him not to let your friend anywhere near his pigs.
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    (Original post by umop apisdn)
    You have each others debit cards? You're both morons. Nuff said.
    yEH
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    bromance, nuff said
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    (Original post by Miracle Day)
    OP, what are pigs going to do? Get the horses to chase you?
    :rofl:

    But OP why does your friend have you debit card, this has potential to backfire
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    Report to you to "Pigs"? How disrespectful. Wash your mouth out and know your place. Without those "pigs", we would be under IRA rule by now.

    I often sacrifice a meal each week to honour a fallen policeman. Or as you would say "a fallen pig". :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Lamps08)
    He doesn't have it anymore, I gave it to him with my permission, but I'm not afraid to lie about that fact offcourse.
    It's still really risky and what if he remembers your code or whatever ...

    I don't see how you could get in trouble especially if it was with your knowledge and permission, but still not really a wise move. Some things should stay secret, knoimsayin'?
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    Don't ever tell anyone your PIN. I can't remember all of the details, but the way it was told to me implied that telling someone your PIN is analogous to giving them permission to take all your money - and the bank's fraud protection stops as soon as you tell the pin.
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    How did you know his PIN? You both sound liked idiots tbh.
    Just tell your friend if he goes to the police they'll find evidence of whatever you were using it as a 'tool' for.
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    (Original post by umop apisdn)
    You have each others debit cards? You're both morons. Nuff said.
    exactly this
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    Yes. Next stupid question...
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    No, its only fraud. You could end up in prison but that's hardly trouble. The best year of my life was spent in prison.
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    (Original post by CHY872)
    Don't ever tell anyone your PIN. I can't remember all of the details, but the way it was told to me implied that telling someone your PIN is analogous to giving them permission to take all your money - and the bank's fraud protection stops as soon as you tell the pin.
    This- if the bank finds out you have given away your pin to anyone the won't cover you for fraud any more, so watch out about that.
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    (Original post by blu tack)
    How did you know his PIN? You both sound liked idiots tbh.
    Just tell your friend if he goes to the police they'll find evidence of whatever you were using it as a 'tool' for.
    Yeh he gave me his Pin b4 for something, and same with me... All I wanted was a Yes/No answer but once again TSR fails me
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    (Original post by Lamps08)
    Yeh he gave me his Pin b4 for something, and same with me... All I wanted was a Yes/No answer but once again TSR fails me
    mate you've been here long enough...you know a yes/no answer was never going to happen...
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    Yes, this is fraud.

    you obviously knew what you where doing was wrong because you made a specific point of mentioning your Hoody.

    On the other hand, will you get prosecuted, no its your friends fault for giving you his pin.

    Dont be an idiot your pin is a PERSONAL identification number for a reason

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