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When Linda Falcão applied for a mortgage from Wells Fargo, she didn’t realize she would be required to write the type of essay that’s more commonly included with a college application.
What they found even more shocking, however, were some of the themes that Wells required them to include in their statement, specifically, their plans regarding an “increase/decrease in family” or property size.
Originally posted by airspoon
At first, I felt as if someone or some entity should be able to require whatever they want, since it is there money they are loaning you. Then I realized, it isn't their money, rather it is our own money that they are lending back to us, only charching us an arm and a leg through usury type practices.