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Betsy Ross Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-27-09 06:35 PM
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3. My husband and I had the highest pair of credit
scores when we applied for a mortgage. We got special treatment, a low-interest loan. I'd like to know specifically how special their treatment was. Way below prevailing interest rates? Didn't need a valuation? There have been many times that I have conducted business with someone who told I was getting a special deal. Whether or not this was true, the intent was to make me feel good about whatever the merchant offered. Could this be the same case here? Now that I think back on it, I think Countrywide called to offer us a home-equity line of credit as a reward for being such good customers. When does buttering up a customer end and illegal deal begin?
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