Re: [chexsys] Re: Here Here...
- Somehow, someone (congressional hearings? - financial part of the
government?) has to look into to the practices employed by the banks and
Chex. There has to be changes in the reporting of records. As I wrote a
couple of days ago in "This may sound bizzarre", simple changes would
probably reduce the data base by over 50%. They have lost sight of the
original premise, (which I have also stated that "in my opinion was a sound
one when created" but has started to run amok like a shark on a feeding
frenzy). They have to be made to stop the insanity ...the banks as well as
Chex! I am willing to help as much as possible.
- I will support any action to bring down CS, they are a headless mindless unfeeling organization that specializes in ruining lives
> people were working up the nerve to throw the first stone, then "one by one
> they left" when jesus started writing in the sand
> You are no better then Chexs if you condemn one of their workers just as
> Chexs probably has condemed you. I understand your anger cause being
> condemned dosen't feel good either by Chexs or by joey@....
> I agree that the personal attacks on the ex-Chex employee are misguided,
> ultimately fruitless, and have gone on long enough. He or she obviously
> wants to help the members of this board.
> I cannot, however, agree that our attacks don't "feel good" to Chex.
> ChexSystems is the mutant head of the banking conglomerate's persistent
> drive for more money more faster. Get rid of the scum no matter what.
> While at the conception, it was probably a great idea -- lets deny accounts
> to people who fuck over banks. The problem started when the system --
> ChexSystem - grew so powerful that the occasional oversight or error didn't
> really matter.
> To cut short my argument, I believe that the only way to stop ChexSystem is
> for everyone screwed by them to sue them, raise their cost of doing business
> by 200%. Only then will the headless beast, up to now impervious to the
> harm it has caused, be forced to take appropriate steps to make sure that
> the information it spreads is correct and complete.
> Chex does not feel. It's employees undoubtedly do. Let's focus our attack
> on where it may do us some good. To that end, is there any interest in a
> complaint that can be easily edited to sue ChexSystem, the reporting bank,
> and the closing bank?
> Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer at http://explorer.msn.com
Get your own FREE, personal Netscape Webmail account today at http://webmail.netscape.com/
- someone in power is needed to review the dastardly reporting methods. I for
one want nothing more than to see changes brought about. Just don't know how
to do it.