Some banks are refusing to loan your home because of an online credit card program called “book it.”
The online credit cards are supposed to allow borrowers to pay their bills online.
But for some borrowers, they aren’t able to use them.
One of those borrowers is Mark Wessel, a former Marine who moved from Colorado to Florida to work in construction and has lived in his RV since 2008.
He says he can’t afford to pay his mortgage on his home because he is currently earning less than he has in the past.
“My credit score is in the top half, but I can’t get a credit card,” he said.
He said he’s had to borrow money from a bank to cover his mortgage.
“They say, ‘You have a high credit score.
You are a fraudulent person.
You’re not a citizen of this country.
“The biggest thing is I’m not going to be able to pay my bills,” he told Fox News. “
“I’m going to get caught, and I’m going do the same thing with the other people I have debt with.””
The biggest thing is I’m not going to be able to pay my bills,” he told Fox News.
“I’m going to get caught, and I’m going do the same thing with the other people I have debt with.”
Wessel said that he tried to take advantage of the program before but he was turned down.
He’s also concerned about what he sees as a lack of privacy.
“We have no idea what information is being shared, and they say it’s completely confidential, and it’s not,” he explained.
“What information is going to come out?
It’s going to have to be completely confidential.
Wessles credit score was at about 150, which means he has about $50,000 in credit card debt, according to a report from CreditCards.com. “
It’s like you’re using a credit line to pay a bill and it ends up being a debt that you owe that’s being billed for.”
Wessles credit score was at about 150, which means he has about $50,000 in credit card debt, according to a report from CreditCards.com.
But according to the Federal Trade Commission, credit cards offer no guarantee that the information on the cards is secure.
A credit card company can’t guarantee that its data is secure, the FTC said.
The agency also said that there’s no guarantee online credit applications can be used by borrowers.
“There are no online credit apps that offer this level of security,” the FTC explained.
According to the FTC, online credit issuers are not required to post their customer information on their websites.
The agency added that it’s also not clear how well online credit companies protect borrowers’ personal information, and said the FTC has no data on whether credit card companies are required to maintain credit card account information.