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Saturday, October 24, 2009

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The entire credit rating system was of course devised by the credit industry, right? So their idea of a high scoring person may have more to do with how much money can be made off that person, rather than how intelligently the person handles their finances. Any sort of dispute by a consumer anymore seems to be considered "anti-business." The type of consumer these companies like best is one who can and does spend a lot, carries a balance so they pay interest, and never questions anything. In other words, people with more money than brains.

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