every time we purchase something with our credit cards, we usually have to sign the receipt (except at dunkin donuts). but is this just a customer feel-good effect, merely giving the illusion of credit safety? does anybody really care how you sign things at all?
the person from the credit card prank wondered what someone would have to do to get their signature noticed. trying signatures ranging from a box of pure scribbles, to a nice scenic nature drawing, to simply writing "i stole this card," nobody seemed to notice or care. it just didn't usually attract any major attention, and when it did- the people behind the desk didn't stop them, even when digital photos were taken of the credit receipts in front of them.
this is so liberating.
idea via guerrilla-innovation
Friday, April 22, 2005
Posted by Jim at 10:34 PM