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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

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michele

It appears the argument over debt collections practices relates more strongly to competitive advantages than consumer rights. In a consumer economy driven by debt consumption capitalists now control the economy and all but eradicate consumer rights. Even government student loans are collected by private collection agencies without consumer protections intact. In a merchant economy debtors prison returns.

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