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Wednesday, March 28, 2018


Consumers are being preyed upon by many corporations using every angle available. Citizens answer predatory phone calls 24-7 applying persistent sales pressure to buy.

Loans for higher education and lower income or credit score deficient consumers are charged excessive interest rates that increase the probability of default.

Credit on the other hand is not guaranteed...perhaps consumers need to save more, buy less,and do without if the cost to borrow is not practical.

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