Posted 4 years ago on March 28, 2016, 10:45 a.m. EST by elf3
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I have a theory on levels of corporate policies exerted on consumers....it seems like every month there is something new which I must dispute...some new level of ridiculousness or policies being inflicted on me by banks and companies which seem neverending...it has become overwhelming and exhausting playing this game of consumer whack a mole....BUT as I ask around and talk to others I notice that older baby boomers and, those in wealthier income brackets don't seem to be having these issues...they look at me like I am insane and in disbelief...so what I want to know is what percent of consumers are having these problems...and are they being delved out in either a generational or income based or perhaps even discriminatory fashion...or am I just the unluckiest person in the country or perhaps is it due to the nature of my political leanings and identification as a member of Occupy. I believe this needs to be further investigated and it is going to take an investigation and our reporting of these problems to figure that out...most of my spare time is spent on the phone disputing error after error after rate increase etc etc...is anyone else here in my boat?
Time is money...and some of us are paying far more than others in this regard. What protections do we have from this type of tyranny...When corporations are allowed to play games with our accounts...our precious time...and our health as ultimately the stress of such games begins to wear on us and our lives as it takes a toll on our well being and happiness?