Monday, August 01, 2005

Well, the Washington Post gets at least part of it right!

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/07/27/AR2005072702473.html

The Court hereby notes that Warren Dedrick, head of Marlin Integrated Capital gets the “Squaliforme PR Bozo of the Month Award" for July, with this inanity as quoted by the above-linked article’s author, Caroline E. Mayer:


"In every sector, there are bad apples, but 95 percent of all debt buyers are good, nice business people. I believe hardly any debt buyers break the law, but on the other hand, if you're talking to a consumer once a week for six weeks, it's going to do nothing but alienate the consumer base."

Interesting way the industry is trying so hard to change its image by renaming themselves as "debt buyers" instead of what they really are.

95 percent are “good, nice business people?” "...hardly any debt buyers break the law?" Warren, doesn't that really mean you're trying to cover up the fact that debt buyers are still the same old debt collectors who ROUTINELY BREAK THE LAW?

Coming from the species who lie, cheat, steal and intimidate people, this Court sentences Dedrick to three nights in one of our already occupied cells for making a knowingly false public utterance.

[(Note from the Clerk of the Court: Mr. Dedrick, don’t mind Bubba. He’s a bit weird and testy as all get-out from time to time. You’ll be better off not waking him.)]

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