Listen: Maria Dichter, Dicker, Palm Beach County discussed on Trump, Inc.
"I haven't seen my family and fifteen years, I have a new grandson. I haven't seen yet. We don't go out to dinner. We don't go to the movies we live on. Oh, she'll you'll mostly we buy boxes and boxes seal. And when we could we might get a chicken, and that's the way we live. It's been almost a decade since Maria Dichter felt she had a measure of control of her own life. The problems began with one hundred dollars money that she and her husband needed to cover medical expenses, knee, replacements, a pacemaker and someone. I don't remember who it was. You know, if you go to loan place, and you have a Bank account, and you get steady income, you Kabbalah one hundred dollars from them, and I went, and I was approved for a hundred dollars myself, great that will pay the co pay, and any medication that he might need at that time. When Dicker went back in to repay the loan after thirty days, she was surprised to learn she owed one hundred twenty five. Dollars that works out to an annual percentage rate of three hundred percent. Well, I only borrowed a hundred dollars. This is what that's interest, Dichter paid and not long after she had some more medical expenses. And I'm saying to myself. Oh my God. What am I gonna do now before, all this digger had never set foot inside the check cashing store on southern boulevard in Palm Beach county, Florida. She went back and I said, is you anyway? I borrow just a little bit more soon. She was there like, clockwork every month for eight years. They know Mason's. I woke end they, they have my check on that counts. Of course, they know she's gonna pay it. Dichter's."