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Tuesday, March 13, 2018


Edwin Bell

Banks do serve a valuable purpose in our society...unfortunately big banks prey on and molest less fortunate Americans. They offer loans that are predatory and also contracts of adhesion. These loans are all slated to default before they were ever signed into agreement. Banks know they are ruining people's credit who are less fortunate then others.

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