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  •  The people you'll annoy are not decision makers. (2+ / 0-)
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    Kickemout, caul

    Any person that you can see face to face when you walk into a bank has absolutely zero influence on anything.

    And even if they did, it wouldn't matter. Only politicians have the power to change anything.

    •  If you do it at enough banks (3+ / 0-)
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      JayRaye, gulfgal98, Situational Lefty

      then you will eventually annoy the decision makers through the disruption of service due to overuse.

      •  My friend, you are dreaming. (1+ / 0-)
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        caul

        Even forgetting for a moment that it's illegal to fraudulently apply for a loan, any losses resulting from the disruption would be miniscule compared to the money they'd lose from changes in policy.

        •  Who said you're fraudulently applying? (0+ / 0-)

          You aren't lying on anything. They probably won't give you a loan but if they do you can just take it and not pay it back. That'll cost them some money. Just having to review thousands and thousands of extra loans will probably cost them a decent chunk of change.

          •  Did you know that credit checks when applying (2+ / 0-)
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            AoT, caul

            for credit can hurt your credit score?

            I remembered that just now and laughed in disgust. Jesus, they have so much fucking power that the ways they can screw us over are just limitless.

            You'll never wrangle that power away on our own. That sort of power can only be gained through elections. Nothing else can touch it. Elections are what gave them that power, and that's the only thing that can take it away.

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