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Predatory Lenders to Avoid PDF Print E-mail
Below is a list of lenders that everyone should try to avoid if at all possible.  These lenders have only their interests at heart.  Their goal is to create "credit slaves." 

Bank of America

Capital One


Chase (now J P Morgan Chase)

or CitiFinancial
or Sears


Household International

(purchased by Bank of America in 2005)

Monogram Credit Card Bank of Georgia
a division of General Electric Corp. 


 GE Capital


If you currently have a card bearing any of these names, it is very important to watch your balance, interest rate and due date.

Please see our related section:

Abuses - Games Creditors Play


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joeanne brinkley  - housewife   |From:68.51.183.xxx |2012-12-30 20:51:32
spouse may have access to my cds /mortage loan
jmalmberg     |2012-12-31 09:43:10

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