Sunday, December 29, 2013
David, please explain to me why a building who rejected someone with bad credit, got fined $20,000.00
Hi David, I read with great interest about the family who was turned down because of poor credit in the UCO Reporter's President's Report .You said that the couple were members of a "Protected Class" and filed a discrimination complaint. Long story short, they were awarded $20,000. On reading the list of Protected Classes, it appears to me, that every single person in the country falls into one category or another. So my question is - what am I missing here? Unless you are stating that being a member of a "Protected Class" overrides a poor credit rating, I have to assume something was left out of the article, because if not, something does not make sense here. Please enlighten me!
Posted by Roz F. at 7:34 AM