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Published: Friday, May 31 2013 10:11 a.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

What is happening is that consumers have a distorted view of the meaning "living within your means" and being financial secure. Living within your means is what you earn as take home income and no credit or debt.

Consumers have been trained to think by government, banks, and realtors that a satisfactory financial situation for a consumer is based on the amount of available debt they have in banking, government collusion to sell debt as a consumer product required by law.

Government pressuring consumers to take on more debt, financial specialist and consumer advocate groups tell them to elimiante debt. Consumer being more math deficient than the banks, financial industries and government are trying to prevent debt free consumers.

The hoax of a points, rebates, money credits, is a scam to lure consumer into non-disclosure violations ploy banker used handing out free toasters, mixers, dishware, and appliances before it was outlawed as scams to induce banking corruption.

Government turns their heads and view consumer protection laws a threat to government expansion by reducing spending and tax revenue and wont help consumers to stay out of bankruptcy courts as taxes are collected up front in consumer debt.

george of the jungle
goshen, UT

Inanity, is doing the same thing over again and expecting different results. Are you going to listen to the person who got ya in dept any longer. Change your mind and change your life.

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