I have a friend that works for Experian and they are outsourcing all of their work to Costa Rica within 6 months. The employees were told that they would be getting a severance package and that if anyone notified the general public about this they would be fired. What does everyone think of that. Do we want costa rico residents to have information of our credit information. I know I personally do not.
This is just typical of america's corporate world trying to save a buck. What does everyone think of this. My friend has worked for Experian for about 10 years. :twisted:
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