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The rumor of Discover Card Services tracking firearms purchases is totally false! Below are two emails, one-my email to the CEO of Discover Card Services, two-Response from the CEO. Please spread the word, seems like most all news media is on the take from someone.
Dear Mr. Hochschild,
You may want to consider dropping it-