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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

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Louise

The hoods known as "debt collectors" should be classified as "criminals" and prosecuted as such, just like racketeers. This mafia should be made illegal and vendors of any denomination (credit cards included) should handle their own debt collection.
The burden involved will prompt such vendors to be a little more explicit and fair in their transactions with customers, then there may be a lot less "debts" to collect.

CFPB PLEASE take note and start a petition to create such a law. I will be the first to sign it.

Lucile

Genuinely when someone doesn't know then its up to other viewers that they will help, so here it occurs.

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