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25 March 2008


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ol cranky

I can say for a fact that you do NOT have to have the credit card a ticket was purchased with to check in - not even at a self check-in kiosk.

You can check in at a kiosk using your name, confirmation #, ff # and even your passport (some of the kiosks can scan the passport strip). You can check in at a counter using any legally acceptable picture ID (the kind that you need to show to get on through security).


Just to confirm, I have bought several flights on United recently, using a corpoarte credit card I donlt personally carry, and each time I checked on using my eticket number and used only my drivers license for ID. So clearly the customer service people don't even know their own system.


Some time ago, I needed to buy a house for my business but I did not earn enough cash and could not buy something. Thank goodness my friend suggested to take the business loans at creditors. Thus, I acted that and used to be happy with my car loan.

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