HERE’S WHERE THE CPN THEORIES DIE.

HERE’S WHERE THE CPN THEORIES DIE.

This is the best way to reword the law so it makes sense, in natural, human, everyday language:

“You lose no rights by failing to provide your social security number.”
ACCORDINGLY:
  1. The privacy act does not apply to private transactions, such as borrowing money from a private lending institution.

  2. You have no right, benefit or privilege to a loan from a private lending institution.

THEREFORE:
  1. When a bank asks for your social security number, you must give it, otherwise;

  2. The bank can deny your loan if you fail to give your social security number.

FINALLY:
  1. If the bank asks for your social security number you provide something else, you lied.

  2. If you lie on a loan application, that’s bank fraud.

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