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Disappearance Of Credit And Refinancing?

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I've had a few days off and have spent some time loafing about. The last time I had R&R time daytime TV was awash with ads for refinancing. Over the last few days I can't remember seeing any. :huh:

The junk mail offering me loadsamoney has also subsided from a torrent to a trickle. :)

Anyone else noticed this or have I become a poor 'credit' risk? :unsure:;)

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I've had a few days off and have spent some time loafing about. The last time I had R&R time daytime TV was awash with ads for refinancing. Over the last few days I can't remember seeing any. :huh:

The junk mail offering me loadsamoney has also subsided from a torrent to a trickle. :)

Anyone else noticed this or have I become a poor 'credit' risk? :unsure:;)

I can't comment on the junk mail as I mostly stopped getting any after signing up for the direct mail preference service thing (yes, I was surprised how well it worked too! but you're certainly right on the TV ads bit. The TVs in the gym I go to used to have pretty much nothing else in the ad breaks, now there's still a few for loan sharks (Cattels, Providian etc) but nothing much else.

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