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The 'Monopoly Man' Just Owned The Senate's Equifax Hearing
October 4, 2017
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They steal your personal financial information without your consent and make a living doing it. Then they're NOT held responsible in any way?? Then the Equifax exec's make profit on huge stock sale?
If I ever committed a crime and got busted, I'd request a Senate committee hearing cause everyone skates at those.
why bother having this hearing, the banks failed millions of people lost their homes no one goes to jail. the taxpayers bail them out. wells fargo get caught twice no one goes to jail. Equifax gets caught millions of people lose their privacy no one goes to jail. yahoo the "scummers" get hacked for everyone on the planet no one goes to jail face book colludes with the Russians for $100,000 no one goes to jail. the answer for this swindle by the justice dept. and by our politicians the offenders are multi millionaires and billionaires. that is a lot of lobbying money.
Now that's comedy.
few chairs yours
Mr. Pennybags says it all with his 'Get out of Jail Free' card.
White collar crime goes unpunished!
Even more egregious is the governments protection of credit card companies but having laws that prevent companies from offering a discount for cash payment rather than by credit card. Politicians look after big companies (who give them money) at the expense of the "small people."
Clever. Forced arbitration, specially crafted laws to protect big business and 90% of our future tax reform going to benefit large corporations. Why should anyone be upset? Some of it may trickle down.
Senate hearings are a JOKE!!!! Not one greedy banker has been found guilty!!
This is the kind of protesting I like...
Equifax destroyed any security we have with our personal information- They should be SHUT DOWN.. The government allows these companies to gather OUR PERSONAL INFORMATION but they proved they can't protect it... Something stinks here.
If he's taking full responsibility does that mean he has to pay for any losses due to his negligence?
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