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By: Yael Kent Posted: Jun 12, 2015
As a result of the financial drawback, banks have tightened up their belts regarding how much they are willing to loan to new borrowers. Some will not lend money out at all to unknown borrowers without their first establishing a positive credit history. But how can such people establish a positive credit history when no one will lend them money. These millennials, unable to secure funds from...

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