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October 26th, 2012 | by admin |

Somehow, people are so ignorant that the credit score is actually an “I Love Debt” score that they are confounded over at the Daily Mail, when discussing Tom Pavelka.  Mr. Palveka is officially the biggest Kool Aide drinker of what the banks have been peddling, also known as THE BEST CREDIT SCORE IN THE COUNTRY!

Banks may have tightened their lending criteria in recent years but they’d be bending over backwards to loan money to Tom Pavelka.

The Cleveland government worker has the highest credit rating in the entire United States, despite owning eight credit cards and having an outstanding mortgage on his 3,000-square-foot home.

Pavelka, 56, has a credit score of 848 out of 850 and a letter he received from the credit bureau recently announced his rating ‘ranks higher than 100 per cent of U.S. consumers.’

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2223212/Tom-Pavelka-Meet-man-highest-credit-score-America-despite-owning-EIGHT-credit-cards-having-outstanding-mortgage.html#ixzz2AMMC3DEO
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