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Re: How do banks know your income?

That information is diclosed when there is only one thing on our mind...getting approved!
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Re: How do banks know your income?


DI wrote:
That information is diclosed when there is only one thing on our mind...getting approved!

 

And remembered by them forever, until you bother to update. Generally the only way to update is to request a CLI. Always be prepared to document whatever you state.
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Re: How do banks know your income?


creditwherecreditisdue wrote:

DI wrote:
That information is diclosed when there is only one thing on our mind...getting approved!

 

And remembered by them forever, until you bother to update. Generally the only way to update is to request a CLI. Always be prepared to document whatever you state.

CWCD, I like your idea of taking a screenshot of the CLI screen. 

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bakalao2k wrote:

creditwherecreditisdue wrote:

DI wrote:
That information is diclosed when there is only one thing on our mind...getting approved!

 

And remembered by them forever, until you bother to update. Generally the only way to update is to request a CLI. Always be prepared to document whatever you state.

CWCD, I like your idea of taking a screenshot of the CLI screen. 


I save my CLI's congratulations letters.  Nothing like remembering good times!!

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Re: How do banks know your income?

Yeah boi!
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creditwherecreditisdue wrote:
Yeah boi!

lol

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Re: How do banks know your income?

I knew you would like that!

 

 

 

Laissez les bons temps rouler.
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creditwherecreditisdue wrote:

I knew you would like that!

 

 

 

Laissez les bons temps rouler.

Dynomite!!  I watched the entire episodes over the holidays.  Just gave them back to money brother   today.  

 

Sorry about getting off subject you all. 

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Re: How do banks know your income?

That's actually Flava Flav...
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Re: How do banks know your income?

Let the good times roll!

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