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The customer will not be responsible for transactions made

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Updated on: 02 May 2013, 20:14
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The customer will not be responsible for transactions made with lost or stolen credit cards after issuing replacement cards.

(A) The customer will not be responsible for transactions made with lost or stolen credit cards after issuing replacement cards.

(B) No customer will be responsible for transactions made with lost or stolen credit cards after are issued replacement cards.

(C) The customer will not be responsible for transactions made with lost or stolen credit cards after replacement cards have been issued.

(D) Responsibility for transactions made with lost or stolen credit cards will not be the customer`s after he issued replacement cards.

(E) The customer will not be responsible for transactions made with lost or stolen credit cards after time as they will have issued replacement cards.

Originally posted by ssaha on 01 Feb 2005, 22:50.
Last edited by doe007 on 02 May 2013, 20:14, edited 1 time in total.
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02 Feb 2005, 00:55
I think I'll choose (E). (Kidding)

(A) is definitely out. It reads like the customers are issueing replacement cards.

"they" in both (C) and (D) seems to be wrong. To choose the lessor evil I'd pick (C). Since "the customer" in (D) seems to refer to a certain specific customer.
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02 Feb 2005, 06:24
If you go for C ...shouldn't it be "he/she" instead of " they"
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02 Feb 2005, 07:46
c and D are wrong! can you please post the other choices..
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02 Feb 2005, 23:47
Agree with you all, C seems to be of lesser evil
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03 Feb 2005, 06:17
HongHu wrote:
:lol: I think I'll choose (E). (Kidding)

(A) is definitely out. It reads like the customers are issueing replacement cards.

"they" in both (C) and (D) seems to be wrong. To choose the lessor evil I'd pick (C). Since "the customer" in (D) seems to refer to a certain specific customer.

hmm,

C seems better.
other choices ?
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03 Feb 2005, 09:28
Both the options are wrong. We need more optons to answer the question....
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11 Apr 2005, 17:34
The customer will not be responsible for transactions made with lost of stolen credit cards after issuing replacement cards.

c) No customer will be responsible for transactions made with lost or stolen credit cards after they are issued replacement cards.
d) The customer will not be responsible for transactions made with lost or stolen credit cards after they are issued replacement cards.
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11 Apr 2005, 18:35
A looks better.

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The customer will not be responsible for transactions made with lost or stolen credit cards after issuing replacement cards.

In C & D - 'they' doesn't have the referent
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11 Apr 2005, 19:05
C and D do not have a clear referent for 'they'.

But A is not without fault too. A makes it sound like the customer are issuign replacement cards, instead of the banks.

Karun, can you post the entire question and let us see what other choices there are?
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13 Apr 2005, 10:01
C and D are not clear.

I was just thinking the same thing
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13 Apr 2005, 11:38
Assuming that these are the best possible choices, I pick C because in D we have subj-verb agreement problem
d) The customer will not be responsible for transactions made with lost or stolen credit cards after they are issued replacement cards.
Should be: he (the customer) is issued...
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13 Apr 2005, 12:03
i think D is alright, since we always say "your cards are issued".
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13 Apr 2005, 12:33
so, according to you, is this sentence correct?
I just substituted "they" with "your cards"

your cards are issued replacement cards
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13 Apr 2005, 12:43
guess i do'nt have an OA for this,,,,got this question from a frnd......
he said tht these were the best options.......
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24 Apr 2013, 07:14
The customer will not be responsible for transactions made with lost or stolen credit cards after issuing replacement cards.

(A)The customer will not be responsible for transactions made with lost or stolen credit cards after issuing replacement cards.

(B)No customer will be responsible for transactions made with lost or stolen credit cards after are issued replacement cards.

(C)The customer will not be responsible for transactions made with lost or stolen credit cards after replacement cards have been issued.

(D)Responsibility for transactions made with lost or stolen credit cards will not be the customer`s after he issued replacement cards.

(E)The customer will not be responsible for transactions made with lost or stolen credit cards after time as they will have issued replacement cards.

Why A is wrong?

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24 Apr 2013, 07:25
it sud be C
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why not A asked by U :

in A its appearing that customers themselves are issuing the replacement cards,a situation very unlikely !!
look at here A says :The customer will not be responsible for transactions made with lost or stolen credit cards after issuing replacement cards.
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24 Apr 2013, 13:16
Hi Mun
After introduces a dependent clause...there is no verb present in there in the dependent clause starting with AFTER

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02 May 2013, 20:11
All duplicate threads on this topic have been merged.

Please check and follow the Guidelines for Posting in Verbal GMAT forum before posting anything.
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03 May 2013, 08:59
The customers cannot issue replacement card for themselves so the answer A is illogical. The OA is C
Re: The customer will not be responsible for transactions made &nbs [#permalink] 03 May 2013, 08:59

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