Harry_Dresden Posted July 9, 2015 #101 Share Posted July 9, 2015 (edited) The bank, for being so incompetent and/or loan shark-ish as to offer it, without checking your creditworthiness. The one who could not realistically be blamed would be the one being offered it for accepting it if they were in such desperate straits. They would truly have to have the self restraint of a saint not to accept it in such circumstances. You've hit the nail on the head there. Interest rates were so low at the time that the banks were more interested in a return on their investment rather than the security of their investment. Lets be real though and admit that the Greeks could have been better served by the the people they elected to government them BUT like you said the bankers and more importantly Europe should have to take an equal proportion of the blame for leading the money and looking the other way when presented with the facts. Edited July 9, 2015 by Harry_Dresden Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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