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Old 04-25-2013, 03:14 AM   #11
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This is a piss poor business decision.
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http://usahitman.com/plfgetd/

This says he is the Tax director for GE
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You can be sure of one thing in this business move. They had very little exposure in this market. GE was being replaced by other more competitive lenders etc.
GE Corp. is a large supplier of military weapons and death dealing technology. They are making millions from "Drone" contracts.
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List of stores which use GE Capital for their credit cards.

There is nothing wrong with continuing to shop at these stores, simply, don't use the cards. If possible, cancel the cards and send a letter to GE Cap with the reason.

http://www.gecapital.com/en/our-company/retail-partners.html
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List of stores which use GE Capital for their credit cards.

There is nothing wrong with continuing to shop at these stores, simply, don't use the cards. If possible, cancel the cards and send a letter to GE Cap with the reason.

http://www.gecapital.com/en/our-company/retail-partners.html
That's a handy link. Thanks for posting it. I have two credit cards I now plan to cancel.
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Screw GE. Get an NRA supported credit card for gun purchases.

GE Capital is usually the company behind many private label in store financing deals. Read the fine print, if they don't want my gun purchase interest they don't get any.
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The store credit cards are mostly GE or Citi.
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