Master Card Now Allowing Transgenders to Put ‘Chosen Name’ On Credit Cards


The Master Card credit card company has become the next big business to bow to transgenderism by allowing them to use their “chosen” names on their credit cards whether they are legal names or not.

The credit card service has announced that it will allow this practice as long as the bank any particular card is issued from agrees.

Not only did Master Card make this policy change, the service is also making a big hoopla about it and using the idea as an advertising campaign. Meaning, they didn’t just make a simple policy change, but jumped 100% on board the transgender clown car.

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As the Washington Examiner reported:

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Branded as “True Name” cards, the products are designed to prevent negative experiences reported by nearly 32% of individuals who have shown IDs with a name or gender that didn’t match their appearance from being harassed to being refused services or attacked.

“Branded,” indeed.

Master Card explained:

For transgender people, credit and debit cards that typically carry legal names they haven’t changed can “serve as a source of sensitivity, misrepresenting their true identity when shopping and going about daily life,” said Jim Issoksen, a spokesman for the Purchase, N.Y.-based company.

It is not yet clear how banks will react to the new “branded” cards, but it will certainly cause some level of trouble in reporting services, one would think.

After all, these people will be going by a plethora of names, now, and most of them are not legal names!

The Examiner added:

Mastercard’s new product “is a bold move, and one whose time has likely come, but it’s not without risk,” said Matt Schulz, chief industry analyst at CompareCards.com, a division of Lending Tree.

“If the person’s legal name doesn’t match the name on their credit card, it could potentially cause some confusion if a merchant asks the customer for their ID,” he explained. “That doesn’t happen nearly as often as it once did, but it does happen.”

Master Card also created a video ad campaign to push transgenderism on their customers.

Follow Warner Todd Huston on Twitter @warnerthuston.

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