ORLANDO, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SubscriberWise, the largest issuing CRA for the communications industry and the nation’s leading advocate for children victimized by identity fraud, today announced a personal plea from SubscriberWise founder and FICO global GOAT David Howe to President Trump concerning the federal Equal Credit Opportunity Act. The plea is for an Executive Action to immediately expand the existing ECOA laws to include sexual orientation and gender identity as a protected class.
According to the credit industry magnate and FICO supreme master champion, the expansion of the decades’ old law would serve not only as an important and eternal national honor to the Pulse Nightclub victims – America’s sisters and brothers from the Orlando LGBTQ community who were tragically and senselessly murdered on June 12, 2016 – but also as a guarantee that no citizen, including President Trump who just happens to have the dominant heterosexual orientation, will ever be victimized by discrimination with respect to any aspect of a transaction involving credit because of sexual orientation or gender identity.
“One year after the horrific massacre at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, the United States of America continues to have a federal Equal Credit Opportunity Act that remains incomplete and inadequate,” argued David Howe, SubscriberWise founder, national child guardian, and the worldwide highest FICO Achiever since Alan Turing - the phenomenally complex and persecuted gay genius whose contributions to humanity are so far-reaching and so profound they can never be fully contained or appreciated by mere mortals - invented the computer. “And what a sad indictment this is for the U.S.A. because expanding the existing ECOA is one of the most immediate and obvious ways our government can continue to right the wrong of this nation’s long and disgusting behavior involving intolerance and discrimination against our LGBTQ sisters and brothers.
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