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Obama Student Loan Policy Reaping $51 Billion Profit

Obama Student Loan Policy Reaping $51 Billion Profit

Commented Sep 11, 2013 at 12:00:07 in Politics

“I find EVERY SINGLE one of these alleged loan posts EXTREMELY SUSPICIOUS. -- WHY are there NO websites listed? WHY are ALL the email addys FREE, rather than an extension of a company website?

PLEASE, people, LOOK THESE ALLEGED loan companies up online, check their BBB ratings, their State Registrations, and Licensing.”

Yolktern on Sep 11, 2013 at 23:54:55

“Thanks for updating the obvious. You just get on the internet?”
'Extreme Couponing' Inspires Cult Of Grocery Store Savers

'Extreme Couponing' Inspires Cult Of Grocery Store Savers

Commented Jul 9, 2011 at 01:45:41 in Home

“(Part 2)

The people that go on this show and clear shelves and/or use coupons on items other than that written on the coupon have thrown away whatever ethics they had for INFAMY. I hope they enjoy their new followers, because the veteran couponers that MAY have known and had any respect for them have turned their backs on how they easily waived their Couponer's Ethics "because EC wanted me to do it." -- That EXCUSE brings to mind the age-old parents' question: "And if all your friends jumped off a bridge into a raging river, you would too?" ... Anyone that grew up with values/ethics KNOWS the "right" answer to that!

REAL couponers don't have a year's worth of anything -- sales AND coupons come in cycles. REAL couponers regularly donate, very quietly, throughout the year. REAL couponers do NOT throw their ethics out the window in order to be on tv.”
'Extreme Couponing' Inspires Cult Of Grocery Store Savers

'Extreme Couponing' Inspires Cult Of Grocery Store Savers

Commented Jul 9, 2011 at 01:44:47 in Home

“[quote]"We've seen slightly more complex couponing, which can take longer for us to help our customers exit the store," said Kroger spokesman Keith Dailey.

The so-called extreme couponers make up a small portion of customers and Kroger has not been forced to limit coupon use because of the trend, he said. [unquote]

Really? That isn't what shoppers are being told. Then, again, why am I NOT surprised that Kroger is telling different stories to different listeners? They choose to ignore the thousands of posts concerning changes in their coupon policies on their facebook page, not to mention the calls to corporate Customer Svc or complaints to managers from veteran couponers. They refuse to acknowledge the KrogerCouponers facebook group of 1400+ members fighting to have d/t coupons returned to the Houston/Gulf Coast area of Texas (and NOW, other areas of TX) AND to retain the coupon policies in other areas ... which HAVE changed since Kroger's PROMINENT visibility in this ridiculous show which promotes organized theft, fraudulent coupon usage, false store coupon acceptance policies, and shelf-clearing.

The people that go on this show and clear shelves and/or use coupons on items other than that written on the coupon have thrown away whatever ethics they had for INFAMY. I hope they enjoy their new followers, because the veteran couponers that MAY have known and had any respect for them have turned their backs on how they easily waived their Couponer's Ethics "because EC wanted me to”