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Families hit by credit card crisis

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Even more sickening that the banks were bailed out with our tax money.

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The phrase "write off debt" is off the mark.

We all know that really means they claim tax relief and then sell the debt on to lowlife DCA's.

I wish that for once, the news would report the facts, warts and all, instead of the sanitized dross they keep feeding us.


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Good article (not quite open enough), nice find ZW.

 

It highlights the plight of ordinary people in this recession and should have gone that extra mile to actually say the whole truth that the banks don't lose out much really at all on debt, they just sell it and claim a tax break!


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