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A man gets sent a credit card contract[^], scans it into his computer, changes the terms to 0% interest at no limit. Also inserts clauses that allows him to fine the bank every time they don't honour a transaction and then the bank tries to cancel the agreement because they 'didn't read' the terms - and fail.
(I know it's from 2013, but I only just heard about it)
The story is well above four years old, so I would assume that the case is settled by now.
We are speaking about a trial with a possible high amount of $$$$ as result... and besides... american justice.
Are you sure 4 years is that much?
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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