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If you have a drug conviction can you still get a loan?


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2008-08-21 03:15:06
2008-08-21 03:15:06

Absolutely you can. They only check your credit history at banks not your criminal history. It would be prejudice and illegal for them to check your criminal background. Then you sue em.


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