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i need a replacment credit card sent to a new address

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replacement card

I need a new card sent to a new address. i need a number to call

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Call the credit card company and ask them about it.  Note that you MAY have trouble with this -- mainly because you want a new card and you want it sent to a new address!  To them, that is going to look like fraud.  You may need to do it in two steps -- you may need to change your address first and wait for them to confirm that (they will likely send something to your NEW and OLD address to confirm it if they can't do it through some other means).  Once that is in place, THEN you can request the replacement card.

But, first, start with the phone call and tell them your situation.  But, again, don't be surprised if they can't do that in one step.  Otherwise, people committing fraud would be doing it all the time: trying to get cards sent to new addresses.

 - John...

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