Sunday, September 18, 2016

Credit Card Rep Sent This Customer The Sweetest Surprise Post-Breakup

WE LOVE amazing service like this!!

It was just her being like, ‘It’s cool, girl. You’re gonna be OK.’”
Fairy godmothers do exist in real life: Just ask 36-year-old Pittsburgh resident Christina Grady.
When her fiancé called off their engagement six weeks ago, Grady made plans to move into a new apartment. But in the process of buying furniture for the new address, her Capital One credit card was shut down due to suspicious activity.
Enter Grady’s fairy godmother: In a Facebook post that’s since gone viral, Grady recounts how she called Capital One to clear up the matter and was connected to a customer service rep known only as “Tonya KYY905.”