In general people do tolerate each other's views, although there is a tendency to attack the person one disagrees with or to call them names.I would like to see more tolerence of opposing views among posters
This is a difficult one. I prefer the moral high ground to the moral low ground.perhaps less moral high ground
If you see examples of this, feel free to report it.I mean more empathy would be nice rather than fire and brimstone ....
You weren't a parish priest in a former life were you Brendan ?If you see examples of this, feel free to report it.
We don't tend to do "there, there ..." posts on askaboutmoney and a few people have been reported for being blunt with people. In most cases the bluntness was necessary.
Why not indeed? Off you go.On the other hand many people will be aware of these things, they are legal, why should this poster not be informed.
Thanks for that. It summarises it well. We try not to interfere too much. Sometimes it's a question of judgement and it's not clear.I would like to add my view that the moderators do an excellent job, while they don't get everything right, the site does facilitate discussion without letting it get bogged down in abuse as so many other sites are.
My interest is whether it is morally acceptable for AAM posters to explain in detail how, legally, to stiff the CU or other lender.Why not indeed? Off you go.
He asked a specific question. And I answered the specific question. "What happens to the debt? Is it still there,"
Yes, it still there. And I added that he should pay it.
If other posters think that Credit Unions are vultures and every borrower should do what they can to stiff them, they are welcome to express that belief.
As long as the advice is legal, isn't that a matter for the conscience of the person receiving the advice?My interest is whether it is morally acceptable for AAM posters to explain in detail how, legally, to stiff the CU or other lender.
That is the mods' approach.As long as the advice is legal, isn't that a matter for the conscience of the person receiving the advice?