A way of monetizing poor people
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by Shifting the Moral Narrative | 7.6.18
Imagine needing cash and receiving an unsolicited check in the mail with the cash you need; all you have to do is sign the check. Perfect! But can you afford the interest rate and the debt? And who is getting rich off of you decision? Quoting an insightful article on the topic:
Mass-mailing checks to strangers might seem like risky business, but Mariner Finance occupies a fertile niche in the U.S. economy. The company enables some of the nation’s wealthiest investors and investment funds to make money offering high-interest loans to cash-strapped Americans.
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Dropping Knowledge: The 15 Worst Places for African Americans in the U.S.This USA Today article lists 15 places in the U.S. which are the worst for Black Americans. These are places where everyone
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