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A few years ago I opened a credit card with a minor department store in my area. The payments were low and I used it whenever emergencies arose, it was handy for birthday gifts, graduations, weddings or whenever they would have a sale on sheets , towels and underwear. I kept the card in the back portion of my wallet and never really thought about paying it off completely, but I would always keep the payments low enough to manage. When I got get the bill, like most of America, I'd give a little here and stretch a little there, just enough to keep afloat. No big deal or so I thought.
After a few years, the Department store closed abruptly and another company took over its accounts. The new company sent me a letter assuring me that my payments would remain the same and I continue send those minimum payments to the same address. They even sent me a little tote bag for my trouble.
‘…But there arose a Pharaoh that did not know Joseph.’
But before long I was held hostage to an outsourced company and my nightmare of Globalization began!
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