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Re: Can you trust Google to keep your WiFi running until 2030?
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RedEye9 wrote on Dec 2, 2019, 11:31:
Burrito of Peace wrote on Dec 2, 2019, 11:08:
No. You shouldn't trust Google for a damn thing.
But their security is top notch. /s
I had to cancel a debit card a couple months ago (nothing to do w/google).
Recently I wanted to purchase a google play app to kill the ads on it and the payment failed because of the previous cancelled card. I entered the new card nfo but now google says i am persona non grata and wants a picture of my id. fook that, they can keep their $3 app.

On a flip note. I put the wrong delivery address on my $300 ipad purchase and the billing went through .w/out a hitch.
I have never used that address before, it is not affiliated with my debit card and the address is not a real address.
It triggered nothing and Staples processed my order asap.
On delivery day I was tracking it (UPS) and it showed "Out for Delivery" and then at 1:30PM it switched to "Incorrect Address".

$3 purchase, show id. $300 dollar purchase with non-existent address, ship it.

argh ack pfft
I am less disgusted with Staple's CC address checking than I am with the fact that you ordered an Apple device.
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