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injustice

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  1. The guy Knows what he's talking about. $1 trillion (660m)???????
  2. I can feel it getting closer by the day. Rerun of 2008, but worse.
  3. injustice

    Ftse Down Over 2%

    Jesus checkout IG FTSE down 247.3, its late for maths but I make that about 5% fall from close.
  4. injustice

    Debt Collection Industry In Crisis

    Please cite the legislation that you refer to. Edit to add. My link
  5. injustice

    Man Gets $300,000 House For $16

    Does happen over here. Chap squatted in a house, and after x years claimed possession.
  6. injustice

    The Uk Is Leaking Used Cars

    There's no answer to that!
  7. injustice

    The Uk Is Leaking Used Cars

    My Mrs and I were discussing the business model for "We Buy Any Car". We wondered how money could be made buying large quantities of cars. Why do you think they are going to Europe?
  8. This has gone far beyond spain. There seems to be some ideas along the Icelandic line. Basicly the people don't want to be saddled with a debt they didn't have any say in. link
  9. injustice

    Living In A Caravan

    Glad that your bus thread poped up. I always wondered where you registered the bus and drivers licence etc. Do you just have an accomodation address?
  10. I can't be bothered to reply! Oh well! When are they going to understand that there are 2,500,000 + unemployed, its musical chairs. One man one job, you can't get twenty men in to one job, it doesn't work. All that happens is hundreds apply for each job.
  11. No. It has been spent, the money is circulating.
  12. If you didn't pay the credit cards off, the money is still out there. Where's Injin?
  13. Credit Card debts are seldom written off. Banks sell them at a fraction of balance to Debt Collection Agencies, who then try to recover the full amount. If a person clears a debt, then the loan is retired and that money goes out of circulation, until another loan is advanced. Defaulted loans remain in circulation, good for the economy!
  14. injustice

    Bank run in Korea

    My link February 25, 2011 Analysts say the wave of large-scale withdrawals from savings banks has subsided, but the suspensions of eight savings banks will leave the industry conspicuously altered.
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