Netflix Dirty Money series. Anyone else viewing?

Netflix Dirty Money series. Anyone else viewing?

I simply got through episode two. Some interesting topics. If only they’d go a bit deeper in to the aspects that are legal in opposition to the victims vs. criminals angle. Yet still I’ve quite definitely enjoyed the series thus far.

Anyone else viewing? I recently got through episode two. Some topics that are interesting. If only they’d go a bit deeper in to the appropriate aspects as in opposition to the victims vs. crooks angle. But nevertheless I’ve quite definitely enjoyed the series thus far.

We watched “drug quick” and “the confidence guy” within the weekend. I was thinking they certainly were good.

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I’ve perhaps maybe not but can give it a go

If TM says it is good then it should be therefore.

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Anyone else viewing? I simply got through episode two. Some topics that are interesting. If only they’d go a bit deeper in to the appropriate aspects as in opposition to the victims vs. crooks angle. But nevertheless I’ve quite definitely enjoyed the series up to now.

Ideally you will see an episode on your own heroes the Koch brothers.

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Ideally you will have an episode on your own heroes the Koch brothers.

No, but there’s one called “The self- self- self- Confidence Man” about Trump. We have actuallyn’t seen this one yet, nevertheless the very first two had been quite interesting.

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No, but there’s one called “The self- self- Confidence Man” about Trump.

We won’t be viewing then

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We won’t be viewing then

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We won’t be viewing then

You ought to watch it. It really is not really a pro episode that is trump.

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No, but there’s one called “The self- self- Confidence Man” about Trump. We have actuallyn’t seen this 1 yet, nevertheless the very first two had been quite interesting.

Simply finished the loans that are payday. Wondering to learn your ideas on Scott tucker? You imagine he got the thing that was arriving at him or do you believe he had been a legit businessman who had been unfairly targeted because of the government that is federal?

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Viewed a couple episodes therefore far.. Very entertaining albeit one show that is sided

Many thanks for the end

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Maybe I’ll watch it around 9:00 tonight

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Simply finished the pay day loans one. Inquisitive to learn your thinking on Scott tucker? You imagine he got that which was visiting him or do you consider he had been a legit businessman who was simply unfairly targeted by the authorities?

The Scott Tucker episode had been, in my experience, the essential interesting one of most that i’ve watched up to now. I must say I could have liked the documentary to get directly into more details in regards to the legalities. I obtained the impression, in relation to the thing I’ve since read, him in, as the government ruled that being incorporated in a Native American reservation wasn’t legit that it was tax evasion and working in non-licensed states that did. But i would ike to comprehend the differences when considering cash central something similar to that, being incorporated in say Delaware. Has been an indigenous US business simply not a legit training full end? When it is, just just how much revenue would have experienced to visit the tribe? just How people that are many need to be actually situated there, etc? i understand of a good amount of DE organizations that do not have a base here. Exactly why is that various?

We additionally wonder in the event that federal federal government could have struck him as difficult as they did if he previouslyn’t been a fancy hotshot competition vehicle driver. It is easy for Joe Q. Sixpack to hate a man whom races Ferraris. Perhaps he must have raced Spec Miata and banked the remainder money.

I actually do genuinely believe that Scott Tucker believes he did no wrong. He is perhaps not just a Jordan Belfort form of man that knows he had been being dirty and simply got caught. He believes it had been an injustice.

Now from the ethical front. exactly just how clear had been the agreements? each agreements could be confusing for a lot of. Did these intentionally obfuscate the fee/payment framework? tough to say without knowing more. Is really what an”industry was being done by him practice?” Yeah, I’m able to probably genuinely believe that. Should a number of the borrowers have “known better?” Yes, but. if you should be for the reason that situation, it is extremely not likely you are a economic genius, therefore to say that is most likely unjust.

It increases a complete large amount of concerns. Like I stated, we enjoyed the episode.

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The Scott Tucker episode ended up being, if you ask me, probably the most interesting one of most that We have watched up to now. I must say I could have liked the documentary to get directly into more particulars in regards to the legalities. I acquired the impression, in relation to the things I’ve since read, it was taxation evasion and dealing in non-licensed states that did him in, as the federal government ruled that being integrated in a indigenous American booking was not legit. But i would ike to comprehend the differences when considering something such as that, being included in say Delaware. Has been an indigenous US business not a legit practice stop that is full? When it is, exactly just how profit that is much have experienced to attend the tribe? Just exactly just How lots of people would need to be physically situated here, etc? I’m sure of a lot of DE companies that do not have a base here. Exactly why is that various?

I additionally wonder in the event that federal federal government could have hit him as hard as they did if he previouslyn’t been an elegant hotshot competition vehicle motorist. It’s effortless for Joe Q. Sixpack to hate a man whom races Ferraris. Perhaps he need to have raced Spec Miata and banked all of those other cash.

I really do genuinely believe that Scott Tucker believes no wrong was done by him. He is not really a Jordan Belfort variety of man that knows he had been being dirty and simply got caught. He believes it had been an injustice.

Now in the front that is moral. just how clear had been the agreements? each contracts may be confusing for a lot of. Did these intentionally obfuscate the fee/payment framework? Difficult to state without knowing more. Is really what he had been doing an “industry practice?” Yeah, i will probably genuinely believe that. Should a few of the borrowers have “known better?” Yes, but. if you are for the reason that situation, it is extremely unlikely you are a economic genius, therefore to express that is most likely unjust.

It raises a complete great deal of concerns. Like we stated, we enjoyed the episode.

I was thinking it absolutely was an episode that is good well. I’ve always been associated with viewpoint that payday financing had been sleazy as fuck. Its lending that is predatory specifically the indegent. Scott Tucker personified the slimy snake we all envision near the top of an enterprise that way. Wife putting on fur coats, whimpering about how precisely the FBI is “ruining their everyday lives” wheeling recreations vehicles away from that douches mansion. The mindset that most known people in the Tucker camp had through the episode had been nauseating. Bad fella, if he is having difficulty making ends satisfy from then on 1.3 billion dollar governing possibly they can run right down to fast cash plus and acquire an advance at 400per cent.