My boyfriend (who has bad credit history) was told to call Jean Park, Esq. if he could give bad / negative information about me, and would get an Amex Card.
Question: Isn't it illegal to provide an Amex credit card to a person that is not based upon a uniform methodology? (e.g. all credit card offers must conform to Amex's FICO score for the person and Amex's credit algorithm, as long as it is not a randomized test for "Tuition" as Ash Gupta used to say)?
He was told it would be worth several thousand dollars, and thus was a form of payment.
Does Amex know of this, and has Jean Park, Esq. of Kelley Drye authorized her name and phone number to be used in this manner?
Or is that akin to GM (General Motors) paying private investigators money to find dirt on Ralph Nader, back in the 1960's when Nader published "Unsafe at Any Speed"? Because back in 1965 there was this criticism of GM:
Nader claims that GM responded to Nader's criticism of the Corvair by trying to destroy Nader's image and to silence him. It "(1) conducted a series of interviews with acquaintances of the plaintiff, "questioning them about, and casting aspersions upon [his] political, social, racial and religious views; his integrity; his sexual proclivities and inclinations; and his personal habits"; (2) kept him under surveillance in public places for an unreasonable length of time; (3) caused him to be accosted by girls for the purpose of entrapping him into illicit relationships (4) made threatening, harassing and obnoxious telephone calls to him; (5) tapped his telephone and eavesdropped, by means of mechanical and electronic equipment, on his private conversations with others; and (6) conducted a "continuing" and harassing investigation of him.""