Sunday May 31, 2020

Comment: Banks still hiding SSIA charges in the background

Lawyers may not be the most popular members of the professional classes, but at least they deal with people who swear they’ll tell the truth.

29th April, 2006

Lawyers may not be the most popular members of the professional classes, but at least they deal with people who swear they’ll tell the truth. It appears that banks, on the other hand, look for no such thing when dealing with their marketing departments.

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