Saturday 25 November 2017

Lenders like a pub landlord exploiting a drunk

'Banks don’t do morals, and they put their own interests before those of their customers, so legislation is the only solution to bring them to heel'
'Banks don’t do morals, and they put their own interests before those of their customers, so legislation is the only solution to bring them to heel'
Charlie Weston

Charlie Weston

Banks don't do Carlsberg. If they did, they would be charging three different prices for a pint of lager.

There would be the tracker pint charge of €1.

Then there would be the brand new customer charge of €3, for those who are being encouraged into the bar for the first time.

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