[conspire] OT: One way to feel cleaner

Darlene Wallach freepalestin at dslextreme.com
Tue Feb 7 07:59:27 PST 2012


On Tue, Feb 7, 2012 at 5:34 AM, Rick Moen <rick at linuxmafia.com> wrote:
> One of my longtime rules for living is:  Don't do business with crooks.
> If you find out that an employer / associate / company is a criminal,
> just calmly, quickly, and peacefully walk away.
> After one experience with a crooked employer in the 1980s, time and
> again, following that dictum has proven to save me trouble and
> complications in the long run.  However, the last few years, I've been
> tardy in removing one criminal from my life:  Bank of America Corporation
> (ex-Nationsbank) of North Carolina.  It's time to fix that.
> Mastercard, $8,000 limit
> Visa card, $18,000 limit
> AmEx card, $8,000 limit
> As I never carry a credit card balance, I'd long told myself that BofA
> weren't _really_ making money off me, but they definitely have been
> getting merchant fees from my transactions... and, the main point:
> I've been doing business with crooks.
> So, tonight I feel cleaner, having just sent three Very Special Letters
> advising BofA to close those accounts immediately, and to report each
> account (to credit reporting agencies) as 'closed by consumer'.  As in:
> 'Please don't go away mad, but please do go bankrupt.  Thank you!'

Cool! Inspiring!

So no credit cards - cash and checks?

> By the way, highest possible recommendation to:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inside_Job_(film)

Have you seen the film?

Darlene Wallach
equal justice under law

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