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I was having a little browse around on TMF and I stumpled across this thread.

I don't quite know what the lending industry is collectively up to but the impression I get is that it hasn't got a clue about asessing risk and the assessment system is totally bonkers. It just defies belief what some lenders will lend out (secured or unsecured on some types of debt/credit) and just as unbelieveable as to what they will not lend out in some cases. Is it just me that thinks this? Read for yourselves and let me know what you think.


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