Fairy godmothers do exist in real life: Just ask 36-year-old Pittsburgh resident Christina Grady.
When her fiancé called off their engagement six weeks ago, Grady made plans to move into a new apartment. But in the process of buying furniture for the new address, her Capital One credit card was shut down due to suspicious activity.
Enter Grady’s fairy godmother: In a Facebook post that’s since gone viral, Grady recounts how she called Capital One to clear up the matter and was connected to a customer service rep known only as “Tonya KYY905.”
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“I called and explained to this awesome woman Tonya that my fiancé had broken up with me and I’d moved,” Grady wrote in the Facebook post earlier this week. “She was like, ‘Girl, I am giving you 4,500 free miles. Go on vacation. Take so many pictures of yourself all happy and post them all over that Instagram.’”
But Tonya’s kindness didn’t stop there. Five days later, Grady received a text from her ex, telling her she’d received flowers at his…
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