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October 10, 2012



Totally agree, I think it's not professional at all. I also think that these people should sue because this kind of information should be confidential. There are lots of consumers who do not make mortgage payments on time, but that's the case between those people and their lenders. Financial issues and payments should be reserved and not available for others.


The people whose information was sold on the open market should sue because that kind of information violates privacy and a host of other issues. Privacy extends a lot of places but especially the financial aspect of people's lives and it should be vehemently protected at all costs.

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