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TOPIC: Living the Dream-One Card at a Time

Living the Dream-One Card at a Time 03 May 2016 16:41 #9693

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Living on the highest point of luxury, surrounded by the super lavish commodities and praised upon by a group of affluent—that’s the dream. One man, unnamed, has found a way to package such a lifestyle into one card. Aurea Lifestyle is the exclusive of all exclusive cards, combined with an aspect of invite only personality and a fierce image the concept that had won over the super-rich is up for discussion. Aurea has provided its clients with a product like no other, a solid gold credit card. Not only is the feature an art piece, it is also insured upon its cost and customized to the owners specific design. Talk about fancy. This is the path that in which our economic stature has taken us, a rift of individuals following upon a dream of making sure everyone knows they are in charge. Truly, this is why I fear our economic stature as Americans has and will continue to be compromised. With more gimmicks pursuing a life of solidarity among the super-rich, who knows how far our “bottom line” will go before we actually see a rise.
Aurea Lifestyle does provide its clients the extravagance that a majority of the other cards do within this stature. Only issue is, you have to be able to pay for the card, upkeep and constant spending—unenclosed—the fact that you have to be invited to obtain a card, it’s a recipe for disaster.

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Living the Dream-One Card at a Time 15 May 2016 22:36 #9819

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Very interesting that the creator of the card is anyonomous. There has been a continual trend starting with American Express of gold then platinum then plum ...and sapphire. Ways to just kind of flaunt your wealth. As a worker I have had those really heavy cards given to me...but never the elusive gold card. I am not surprised there I'd something so exclusive, but then who can they impress then?
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