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January 4th, 2012
07:58 PM ET

Is your bank reading your tweets?

Do you want your bank checking out your Twitter feed or reading your posts on Facebook? As CNN's Erin Burnett explains, more and more financial companies are evaluating social media when deciding whether or not to grant credit to clients.


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  1. J

    -Social evaluating one's principles according to bank regulation in the issuance of credit for financial services towards being legitimately able to pay down one's operational loans...by using social media references from the customer:

    _WHAT_ MORON THOUGHT OF THIS IDEA? (AND I MEAN) MORON...WHOM THINKS ONE'S CONNECTIONS TO LIFE AND SOCIALIZATION THEREIN -OR "OUT THERE," SO TO SPEAK- HAVE DIRECT CONSEQUENCES TO THE ABILTY TO TAKE AND PAY DOWN ASSUMED CREDIT. (?) YOU WOULD HAVE TO BE A MORON TO THINK LIKE THIS...TRULY...AND SERIOUSLY...A MORON. [YOU'RE DEBASING CUSTOMER RELATIONS _THEREIN_.]

    January 5, 2012 at 12:06 pm | Reply

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