|Not my boat and a photo from this summer.|
I am sure that the average consumer would be willing to collect needed information for a loan for their bank when needed without this.
Our Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is being stripped of its enforcement powers by this administration...because Lord knows we do not need more laws and regulations to protect us from big business and big banks! (And it is really a hassle for those small real estate offices to prove they are not being discriminatory in their sales to minority folks.) SNARK! As another jab, my bank just informed me last month they are charging me a monthly $25 fee on an average balance of over 7K!! But that is another challenge as I am now looking for a new bank.
I did check with Equifax right after the breach, but since millions of accounts were stolen it will take the "dark web" crooks a while to get to my name. I also was putting this off for Experian, because I knew it would be a mountain to climb not being able to find my password on this in any file I have.
Sorry for the rant, but I just had to explode while listening to lousy jazz on my phone right now.
I do need a trip.