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In CT, your auto insurance rates can be higher if you have bad
credit--how right is that? And, so what if you have a lien against you
for something, or a court-mandated deduction from your pay, or perhaps a
bankruptcy 2 or 3 years ago--should these be valid reasons to deny
someone a tech-writing job?
Methinks the whole "credit bureau" thing is ugly. Have you ever tried to
change erroneous information there. I have. To date, I've had to change
the same mistake three times because the credit bureau in question keeps
re-posting it for some reason (restoring from a backup? who knows?).
It's minor, but annoying. And, there is no recourse. They gotta make
credit bureaus legally and fiscally responsible for errors they post.
From: John Posada [mailto:JPosada -at- book -dot- com]
Yeah, it's happened to me three times (that I know of). There was
common between them, except that all of them seemed more intent on
protecting themselves and less intent on getting good work.
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