So last weekend I noticed that I had incurred a late fee on my cc because on my notes for my BoA card, I had confused a due date of 1/15 with a due date of 1/5. I paid the balance off immediately, then called customer service to ask them to waive the late fee, as I was late by about 12 hours, and because I've never been late in the ten years I've had the card. She said no problem. Then she said, "Oh, I see your APR is 8.9%. Would you like to have it lowered to 1.9% for the next 12 months?" Sure. Fast forward to today, a week later. I log in to my BoA site and lo and behold, I have another credit card there! What the...? I call right away and the lady says that yes, this new card was opened last weekend and yes, it has an $8k limit, and didn't she read me the terms and conditions for the new card? NO! I ask her why I would even want a card with that limit when my other BoA card (formerly MBNA) is $48k. She says that when the first lady opened this new account (without my permission), she pulled $8k from my other card! And it doesn't even have 1.9% APR; it only has that on balance transfers, which I KNOW I wouldn't have agreed to because I don't even carry balances on my other cards! Anyway, this lady took care of it, so everything is back to normal, thank goodness. Hopefully it won't ding my credit, since everything was so short term. I told her that I wanted her manager to call me back as soon as he figure out who the first lady was. Basically, I want to know what was going on and what is going to happen to Ms. Randomly Open CC for People. My question (and sorry this was so long leading up to it!) is, should I ask for something in return for this terrible error? If it was something like a bill, I would ask that we get a month free or something due to the inconvenience, but BoA doesn't exactly work like that. Should I just let it go? Thanks in advance for your help/suggestions!