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  •  No offense (1+ / 0-)
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    but while I agree that many banks do horrible things, and WF is one of those banks, the woman doing cold calls on the phone most likely didn't deserve the anger.

    Sounds like you were just being an ass.

    •  OMG> You're so right . . . (2+ / 0-)
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      northsylvania, madhaus

      When Wells Fargo comes to steal my home I will be sure not to ask any questions or in any intimate that I disapprove wholeheartedly of their decades of outright criminal behavior.

      Including the criminal behavior of running a telephone "boiler room" shoving out fraudulent "pre-approved lines of credit" to budding small businesses so Wells Fargo can start siphoning some cash out every month, then siphon even more later on when the interest rate goes up, and really siphon it out if the business owner is stupid enough to actually borrow some of that line of credit.

      Nowhere in the process is the well being of the business or its human owners part of Wells Fargo's calculation. They are just operating as a parasite, and I told them so.

      The lady I spoke to was not offering me a fair deal, a mutually beneficial deal, or anything like a handshake deal of reciprocal trust and respect. I was being set up to be fed upon, the way a coyote will eat a lone sheep when it comes across one.

      The entire point of the diary was to contrast my treatment of Carlos with the vampire habits of the TBTF banks. One approach builds communities, and one drinks their blood.

      At least the lady who called did not feel personally insulted. She only got told that she works for Dracula, as if she didn't already get that.

      "The rule of the wise must be absolute . . . rulers ought not to be responsible to the unwise subjects." ~ Professor Leo Strauss

      by antifa on Fri Apr 19, 2013 at 09:08:58 AM PDT

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