Talk:DTE Energy

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Credit Reporting suddenly hampering society?[edit]

That is a ridiculous statement about credit reporting. What an absurd notion that one would be able to 'opt-out' of a credit reporting program. I'm sure that everyone involved in any credit scenario would 'opt out' of a credit reporting process if given the chance.

The purpose of these types of programs is to offer protection to the creditor as well as establishing a process of dealing with delinquency. It's not new or surprising that DTE would engage in this activity. And to my knowledge, society has yet to collapse because of it.

63.77.247.14 20:53, 19 September 2007 (UTC)