I recommend this audio book. Fritz should get wealthy and a film deal out of this.
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The book is well written and I think you'll love it. I'll be surprised if Irma Fritz isn't offered a film deal on this work. She was able to give each character a nuanced life of its own. Without trying to do an impression to create the character. Just a slight change in tempo, pitch, volume up or down is all Ms. Dammon needed to separate the characters.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be? The higher you climb the harder you fall. If you could sum up Confessions of a Predatory Lender in three words, what would they be?
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A real life experience, as if the main character told me her life story. If you could rename Confessions of a Predatory Lender, what would you call it? Rupture of the Real Estate Bubble. Any additional comments? It was excellent quality. The story written by Irma Fritz is very interesting and after listening to this audio version, I have to get the book to read it too.
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The borrowers said the consequences were drastic and they had no way to fight back. Federal regulators already banned the use of confessions for consumer loans in The proposed bill, called the Small Business Lending Fairness Act, would ban their use in commercial transactions. Brown compared the confessions to the arbitration agreements that some financial firms require their customers to sign.
The lenders that use the confessions call themselves merchant cash-advance companies. They lure contractors, truckers and restaurant owners with offers of fast cash and charge interest rates that can top percent annualized, more than mafia loan sharks once demanded. The confessions are generally filed in New York State courts, no matter where the borrower is located. On Dec. Thank you!