Jun 082017
 

Credit reports play a surprisingly large role in our lives, but even more surprising is how often they contain critical mistakes. John Oliver helps credit agencies see why this is a problem.

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Credit Reports: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

Credit reports play a surprisingly large role in our lives, but even more surprising is how often they contain critical mistakes. John Oliver helps credit agencies see why this is a problem.

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  21 Responses to “Credit Reports: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)”

  1. On one hand, having good credit can show you’re responsible. But on the other hand, if someone has a bad credit score, they’re likely in debt and should be more desperate to keep that job than someone with cash saved up, who pays off every bill on time or ahead of time.

  2. Queen Rexy actually rich people work harder than poor people

  3. +Joe Smith That’s not true. Making blanketed statements like that is immature and ignorant. There are plenty of rich kids who piss away their inheritance and then live in poverty.

  4. Each of the sites Equifacks, Experianne, and TramsOnion have a sentence along the lines of, “Don’t confuse us for [credit-reporting agency], we are not monsters.”

  5. Joe Smith bullshit you can be born in debt or loose money and very few jobs pa enough to be considered work no matter how hard you work or be born in rich or have one or two movies or somthing like that and retire rich

  6. +no fukos to give How can you be born in debt?

  7. Parents who have large debts, as a baby you obviously don’t have any money. So you will suffer from the fact that your parents are indebted.

  8. Oliver is fearless!. Man what he does for payback won my respect ! he sees people frustrated with rich people that don’t give a fck

  9. Hulu and Rim Job = worst buddy cop movie ever!!!

  10. Living in the U.S. is… complicated huh?

  11. Sorry John, but the correct term is Hulu and Woohoo

  12. i gonna change my name to something unique to something like hiffuhdwafcunomouhgfyjmmkiyfffchiyfhhjkkkihjiubzsaefubjfyimhijol oliver.

  13. Are you Judith Kendall? No.
    You sure you’re not Judith Kendall? Yes!

    Yeaah you’re Judith Kendall.

  14. The irony of credit is that the people who can afford it don’t need it while the people who need it can’t afford it.

  15. finally somebody from the Jon Steward Show who’s funny!!

  16. we watched this video along with like 5 other ones in my AP lang class lmao

  17. I’m disputing a lot of items had my identity stolen and 6mo in they are dropping and fixing quite a bit

  18. Sen Rosenbaum is a Genius among her peers.

  19. John Oliver is the hardest white nibba I know

  20. conspiracy theory those 5 employees HAVE heard of the aliases

  21. In Europe is illegal, i is considered personal information and not even your husband/wive or relatives can know about it

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