Congratulations, you may have already qualified to be slut-shamed by a major corporation!
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The slut-shaming has gone too far, you guys. Lisa McIntire, a freelance writer, was pretty mortified (before she started laughing) to receive a credit card offer from Bank of America this week that was addressed to "Lisa Is A Slut McIntire." I don't know what Lisa's middle name is (and she's not telling), but I'd venture a guess that it's not "Is A Slut." 

The letter arrived to her mom's house, and her mom texted her these photos that Lisa later tweeted.

After tweeting at BofA and demanding answers (while remaining appropriately amused), McIntire finally found out what happened (sort of). Golden Key is an honor society that had McIntire's information and shared it with Bank of America. At some point between 2004 and 2008, someone (An intern? A jilted ex? A sentient and surly computer?) added "Is A Slut" to her name, and that info was also transmitted to BofA. McIntire also got an apology from BofA, who said they flag more offensive terms, but "slut" isn't one of them.

It turns out being called a slut can result in a lot of quick fame—McIntire says there are news trucks parked outside her mom's house—which come to think of it is probably what motivates a lot of reality TV stars. McIntire, for her part, already has a Facebook fan page. Fame isn't everything McIntire hoped, though:

(by Shira Rachel Danan)

Sources: Gawker