Being refused credit is always frustrating. Unfortunately, African Americans experience it more often than others. Here are several tips for you what to do if you got rejected by a bank.
Racism is not only a social phenomenon. It affects us on all levels and in all spheres of our life. Banking system is not an exception. A solution to discrimination in banking is the convenient tool that helps find a bank ready to give you a loan right now. Click here to explore such tool:
A bank wouldn’t cash Trish Doolin’s paycheck because they didn’t believe she was an architect. What happened to Trish was unacceptable.
— bald headed Sug (@whoissugar) October 5, 2016
Unfortunately, it can happen to every African American. When you are refused credit or a loan because of your race, it can be really inconvenient, humiliating, and affect your best-laid plans. Here are several steps you should take if you think you have been discriminated against:
1. Write down the facts immediately
2. Get legal advice from a lawyer
3. File a complaint
4. Take a loan in a place where you won’t be rejected. All the humiliating procedures can be omitted if you know where to apply.