ABOUT THAT UNSECURED
LOAN AT THE
We've found some new information; we're taking it back.
We have you on camera stealing a Jesus from the manger,
parking in overtime-only spots, and skateboarding right
past a No Skateboarding sign. This banking committee
has to ask : Just who do you think you are? Was anything
you told us about yourself on that loan-app true at all?
When we began this operation, as committee, en masse,
we went to the Wishing Well Commerce School of Good
Banking, just to learn our trade, be able to pick out and
spot situations just like this one. We've had out last
meeting over you. As of right now, you're through.
SYNOPSIS: Really weak piece; well, as I can see, a guy
has gone to a bank, some time back, and gotten a loan,
evidently on some false premises and misrepresentations
he'd put on the loan application - which this group of
bankers didn't catch until they, somehow, saw him in
the act on security cameras, somewhere. Now, due to
the varied infractions, they're calling the loan in and
want their money back - while softly criticizing him
and calling him out, they, as a 'committee,' seem more
intent here on telling him the things they'd done in the
past so that this sort of thing wouldn't happen. Which it
did, happen, anyway, through their negligence as a
screening committee. So, what's the point, really?