This senator has finally had enough of credit agencies screwing Americans – then making them pay to fix it




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25 Comments

Irene Hill · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

Now let’s talk about banks that charge $50 to move your money from one account to another that are both yours. Or, credit card companies that charge 35$ for a payment one day late. Or the government retaxing earned income when a citizen is forced to take money from 401k.

Brian Lester · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

Has anybody ever answered a question? I have not seen one intelligent or half honest person answering anything. Ask him if hes white and he will explain color patterns instead of just an answer…..

Xavier Jirau Serrano · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

This is something I have never understood. Private companies get my personal info without my consent, use it to determine how much Im worth, but I have to pay them if I want that information to be protected. If it wasn’t a financial company I’m sure that would be called extortion

Brieanna Galindo · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

Credit card companies, insurance companies, etc. have a long history of screwing people over. We pay them yet they take advantage and only do so much. Whats the point of using them than?

Cheryl Stotts · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

This is something we can’t opt out of, they screw up information or as Equifax did have a security screw up and gave out millions of peoples information and now we have to pay to fix their mistakes and nobody is ever held accountable

امید رضا محمدی · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

Went to equifax’s website and found out under their watch, my credit data was stolen. The site recommended I freeze my credit to avoid fraud/ID theft, etc….went to their site and found out they are asking for money to freeze my credit. I wouldn’t be surprised if this whole thing is a money making scam for equifax.

Lisa Swanson · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

Well, Equifax does offer free freezes to consumers that they released the information on. I got one for free. BUT, I will have to pay for Transunion and Experian credit freezes. The Senator has a very valid point… the credit agencies make a crapload of money off their own mistakes.

Cesare Alessandro Motta · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

These credit companies created a useless red tape business out of thin air by usurping the American people and assigning you a number.

O'neil Couvillion · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

Why should consumers be forced to pay for a problem created by banks & credit errors ? This is what happens when the lobbiest , bankers and Congress work together ! This is my opinion .

Win Tang · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

because they can and because they could. lol if you could rob a bank and 100% get away with it. would you? I guess that’s the main reason I don’t rob banks…I can’t get away with it and I try to believe I’m a decent human being. -_- but then again nah, I would totally rob the bank. who am I kidding. everyone is FDIC insured and the government will just be in more debt. oh shit I’m one of those ppl. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! how can I be so corrupt!?! can someone please put me somewhere high up for a while. I want to better understand myself. hehheh.

Glenn De Vries · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

why is it that the person’s credit is damaged has no means of defense – whatever a business reports a problem why is it that they cannot defend their credit records – the business is right and the consumer is guilty as charged? please explain

Daniela M. Estrada · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

Why is it that all these idiots that are being called out on shit are
1- ignorant mofos
2 or playing ignorant mofos
Nobody seema to understand shit?!?
Even my 6 yr old would understand such an easy question!! 🙄🙄🙄

Joe Coviello · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

Richard Parker
DEBRIS FROM A CRUMBLING ADMINISTRATION
October 25, 2017

Trump has now personally attacked 1 in 5 of all the REPUBLICANS in the Senate, as reported on CNN. He even hates his own friends.

Republican Senator Jeff Flake has announced that he will not seek re-election. He basically blamed his decision on Trump. Why is it that a Republican Senator is not afraid to bash Trump, but Democrats are?

Flake said about Trump “The personal attacks, the threats against principles, freedoms, and institutions; the flagrant disregard for truth or decency, the reckless provocations, most often for the pettiest and most personal reasons, reasons having nothing whatsoever to do with the fortunes of the people that we have all been elected to serve.” Then he said even worse stuff.

“Appalling”, “alarming”, “unacceptable”, “dangerous to our democracy”, “devastating”, “the degradation of our politics”, “disrepair and destructiveness”, “the indecency of our discourse”, “the coarseness of our leadership”, “despotism”, “calling fake things true and true things fake”, “the compromise of our moral authority”. These are a few of the things Flake said, referring directly to Trump.

Republican Senator Bob Corker is a lot more popular in the Senate than Trump, and Corker is still unleashing slam after slam against Donald. On CNN yesterday, Corker said Trump consistently doesn’t tell the truth, dodged on whether Trump should have the nuclear codes, said Trump wasn’t a role model for children, said he would not ever support him again and repeatedly suggested that Trump “debases” the country.

Corker has also said about Trump “I think that he’s proven himself unable to rise to the occasion”, “I don’t know why he lowers himself to such a low, low standard”, and “I think world leaders are very aware that much of what he says is untrue.” Remember that this is the GOP head of a major Senate committee speaking.

FactCheck said Trump was just lying when he said Corker “gave us the Iran Deal”. Corker had nothing to do with it. In fact, Corker voted against it. Trump is a liar.

Disgraced former Fox News talking head, Bill O’Reilly, said he was “mad at God”, for his own problems with sexual harrassment.

Senators including John McCain are calling for an official investigation into the botched action that led to the deaths of four US servicemen. (Can you say “Benghazi”?)

CNBC reported “Trump’s fragile ego threatens tax reform”.

Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort is facing a new probe into possible money laundering, The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday. Manafort was already facing both state and federal probes for money laundering.

Republican cronyism at its most ridiculous. A tiny (2 person) electric company, run by a personal buddy of Trump administration Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, from the same small hometown as Zinke, has been given a $300 million dollar contract to fix the electric problems in Puerto Rico.

New York Magazine reported that the Trump administration caused insurance rates to spike in Iowa, but is blaming it on Obamacare.

Trey Gowdy The Witch Hunter has been running point for the House Republican investigation into the Russia scandal, at times going so far as to act like Jared Kushner’s personal defense lawyer. Gowdy finally admitted the truth to the New York Times. “This is politics,” Gowdy said, admitting that the hunt for Hillary and the lack of oversight over Trump et al, was all about politics, not about doing what is right.

California is still experiencing record level heat and dry conditions, keeping the wildfire threat high.

Trump is still silent on the Virginia terrorist attack. Perhaps that is because the terrorist was a white American citizen. Whenever Trump suspects a Muslim may have committed terrorism, he’s quick. When it’s a white person, he’s silent. Hypocrite and bigot.

Kid Rock, has-been music performer, now says he is not running for the Senate after all. His decision may be related to the fact that polls showed that Kid would have been beaten in the race by a ficus tree.

Republicans remember – when your taxes go up, when your Medicare and Medicaid are cut and when your health benefits go down – you knew what you were signing up for.

Republicans are not even trying very hard to sell their tax cut for the wealthy as being “not tax cuts for the wealthy”. Just ask Senate Finance Chairman Orrin Hatch, R-Utah. “I don’t know why it’s such a big problem. They think that the rich are going to benefit?” Hatch told Bloomberg. “Well, the rich are going to always benefit. The question is: What works?” Well, tax cuts for the rich don’t work. The last time we did it, it crashed the economy.

There are only two types of Republican voters – the extremely rich and the suckers.

Sources: The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Associated Press, Reuters, The Wall Street Journal, ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS, CNN, Newsweek, The Los Angeles Times and any noted above.

Johansson DG · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

Wipe credit agencies off the face of the earth. They are unfair, slow to correct inaccuracies, and have way too much power and information on us. They have separate credit scores for insurance rates as well—so we can’t win, even if we have “great” credit but live in a “high risk” area. The rates charged are higher.

Michael Duffy · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

Talk is meaningless, how about some action instead of finger pointing when you’re in charge of making laws and eliminating shitty ones

Luis Miguel Chavez · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

I want to know why the credit agencies are still running on opposing scale systems. They all grade differently but say they do it the same way. If the all did it the same way they all 3 major scores would be the same but more often they aren’t. It’s stupid as fuck.

Kyle Smith · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

I am so sick off watching financial companies avoid answering the question on why they are screwing over Americans and then asking us to pay the bill.

Jonathan McRobert · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

Blah, blah, blah. “Oh, I’m SO upset!”
Until Congress actually gets off their collective asses and does something about the problem, it’s all just more smoke and mirrors.
How many years has the problem existed and all of a sudden someone is incensed about it? Is it near re-election time? :poop:
Put your money where your mouth is, Congress.
Start working for We the People or resign.

Kelly Lange · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

They should take responsibility for the problem they created, but it seems obvious that they’re doing their best to avoid it. We need the agency that supports consumers.

Victor Andrade · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

Another display of a liar lying for the benefit of a corporation that obviously understands that they can make a ton of money by screwing the same people affected by their screw up. trump would be proud.

Fel San Dom · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

These Credit Unions Equifax yada yada yada yada they’re unnecessary they are a fraud they f****** and we pay the price we submit the documents or wasn’t forms and to fix the problem and they still f****** and we pay the price they should pay us not us pay them personally remove the credit system it is faulty not necessary and truly a bunch of b*******

Branden Cameron Brokenbaugh · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

Its funny though… He did answer the question, just not directly. They don’t take responsibility because they don’t have to. They don’t have to because there’s a patchwork of laws in place and no federal law that states that they do.

J.t. Vinson · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

Oh wow one representative is worked up. This won’t change anything for the better. It’s more likely to make things worse.

Janet Thomas · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

Good for him, these losers can’t answer a question properly because they don’t know the answers so they spew other crap. Keep it up they are making themselves look as stupid as Trump.

Robert Evans · November 1, 2017 at 6:20 am

Hence, the main initial reason our country is in trouble : corruption, graft and theft at the highest levels of business, law and government.

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