Thursday, July 17, 2008

Richard Cordray makes a complaint

Since the Ohio state treasure can't seem to pay his bills on time, he is using the political hammer to get his way. The Dispatch is reporting that Cordray is pushing for greater regulation of credit card companies -- all because he missed a payment.

Funny, when that happened to me, a quick call and the charge was gone. Of course, if you do that often, the credit card company is going to lose faith in you. So I must assume that Cordray has a problem with his payments.

And to think, he is the state treasurer. I don't have much confidence is his abilities to perform his official duties. Could anyone?


Anonymous said...

Oh come on. You don't think two-cycle billing is a problem? When credit card companies send out a bill and you have two weeks or less to make the payment, something sketchy is going on. I am glad to see someone take a strong stance on unfair practices.

Jim Fedako said...

6:20 AM -

Grow up! Time to take hold of your responsibilities.

Credit cards are contractual; read the contract and choose the company that provides the service you want. Don't simply rely on nanny government to fix messes that you created.

Do you still have your mommy and daddy solve your fights.

Also, pay online and then you don't have to worry about getting your bill in on time.