A few weeks ago my wife called me and indicated that she couldn’t find her credit card. She remembered the last place she had been with it, had called, but they didn’t have it.
After checking online to make sure everything was as it should be (it was), I asked my wife to check again. She looked through her purse but was unable to find it.
She called the credit card company and reported the card lost. They immediately canceled the card and issued a replacement.
Of course, as Murphy’s law indicates would happen, my wife found the card about fifteen minutes after getting off the phone. She had grabbed the receipt from her last shopping trip and wrapped it around the card., so even when she was going through her stuff, the card was masked.