‘God’ can’t get a credit report

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BROOKLYN, NY – Here’s one thing that stinks to high heaven! It’s official; dealing with a credit agency is hell, even for God.

Businessman God Gazarov uses bank loans to cover his Brooklyn pawnshop. Problem is, Equifax credit agency doesn’t believe he really exists.

The company’s database rejects the word “God” as an actual first name.

“It’s extremely frustrating,” says God. “I worked hard to get good credit to look good to lenders and this happens.”

The other two agencies, Transunion and Experian, faithfully give this “God” a divine credit rating, but for Equifax faith just isn’t enough.

Now after 2 years of pleading with the company, God’s taking Equifax to court and putting his faith in the almighty legal system.

Anyone else feel bad for the lawyers defending Equifax? They are, after all, cross-examining the God.

Oh well, we’ll let you know what happens come judgment day.

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