• Report: Capital One updates contract, claims it can ‘come to your home, workplace'


    An article written by a Los Angeles Times columnist has gone viral since it was first published online at 7 p.m. Monday night – claiming that a new contract issued by credit card company Capital One gives the company the go ahead to “contact you in any manner we choose.”

    In the article, David Lazarus writes: “The update specifies that ‘we may contact you in any manner we choose; and that such contact can include calls, emails, texts, faxes or a personal visit."

    As if that weren't creepy enough, Cap One says these visits can be ‘at your home and at your place of employment."

    The police need a court order to pull off something like that. But Cap One says it has the right to get up close and personal anytime, anywhere."

    Read full article HERE. 

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