How do these three go together? If you take a look at the following
article, it will make more sense.
People more closely tied to their social media accounts tend to have
lower credit scores and more debt than less frequent users. The
theory is that self-control goes out the window with the boost of
self-esteem associated with social media. The result? Increased
purchases by more frequent social media users. We spend a lot of time
in our debt settlement practice looking at different ways that people
accumulate bad credit card debt. I must admit this one came as a bit
of a surprise to me. But if there’s any truth to it, we would suggest
that you spend less time on your Facebook, but not before you “Like”
McCarthy Law, PLC first!
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