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Troubleshooter: Opening account was not easy as 1, 2, 3 - The Times

The TimesTroubleshooter: Opening account was not easy as 1, 2, 3The TimesIt does seem ironic, however, that Santander, which is pushing a current account to undergraduate students, the very people who are most unlikely to have borrowed money in the past, would reject a young person for failing to have a rich enough credit ...17-08-2018

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Troubleshooter: Opening account was not easy as 1, 2, 3
The Times
It does seem ironic, however, that Santander, which is pushing a current account to undergraduate students, the very people who are most unlikely to have borrowed money in the past, would reject a young person for failing to have a rich enough credit ...

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