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<<b) If the reason they aren't paying the bills is because of a job loss, the company will ask them if they need help getting a new job.

trois) If they say yes, they would like help, the company will help them write a good resume, give them hints about the interview (including wearing a suit to the job interview) and call them the morning of a scheduled interview to remind them to show up.


Or perhaps they will offer an extension on paying debt if the debtor signs a contract to pay a fee to an employment agency for job referrals which might include paying a fee if the debtor refuses a job offer.

Lots of abuses are possible, in my view.

But imagine that businesses that are inherentlyopredatory are going to change their spots if you wish.

Seattle Pioneer
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