Are the following sentences grammatically correct?

At moment I don't want this bank card, but you can send me because in the future maybe I will need

I don't want this bank card at the moment, but you can send to me because in the future I may need

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago
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    At the moment I do not ned a bank card, but please send it to me anyway, so that I have it available in case I need to use it in the future.

    And, as Anon says, you are complicating the issue.  Once you have the card it is entirely your choice as to whether you use the card or not. The bank does not care whether you use the card or not.

    When the card arrives, be sure to sign it straight away!  

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    No. And the meaning is unclear. Do you want the card or not?

    If it is the former, simply say,  Please send me the bank card. 

    (Whether you use it or not when you get it is neither here nor there.

    Cards are a security risk, btw, so the less you have the better.)

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