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Spent: Looking For Change (Full Documentary) | American Express financial documentary



The full documentary film Spent: Looking for Change. A film about the nearly 70 million Americans locked out of traditional financial services, and the beginnings …

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22 thoughts on “Spent: Looking For Change (Full Documentary) | American Express financial documentary”

  1. I have no doubt that because the American system is so broken, we will have economic refugees in Europe coming from the USA, looking for a brighter future here.

  2. When I watch stuff like this it confirms to me that people don't know what they can afford. I know I make more than all the examples in this video and they have way more stuff than me and more expensive living spaces. The one couple made a statement about figuring out how to afford the cable bill. None of these people can afford cable. I'm well into 6 digits per year and I don't have cable. I drive a 20 year old car, my house cost 50k and I don't eat out. I don't deserve more until I can make more. Why do poor people think they deserve to live like people who make good livings?

  3. Who spends 100k on education just to end up being an entrepreneur doing something you could have done without a highschool education? I'm sorry, but that is moronic. That's literally years and over 100k wasted. Education should be an investement, not a badge of honor.

  4. Argh! The ways we are misled … it seems Debbie could have just skipped college and still wound up running her own business. Don't think she needed a degree to do that, and it doesn't sound like she is using that degree. I hope 7 yrs later, that her business has long since taken off!

    The couple could just sit tight for 2-ish years and save up tons of cash, then be able to easily get their house, since they'll have more cash, and he could spend that time raising his credit score, so they get a low rate 2 yrs later – but with a smaller mortgage.

    But I know it's easy for me to talk just watching this… like they said, we are all just one medical emergency away from being in their shoes. I pray that all has worked out for each of these people, 7 yrs later. I wish Amex did a follow-up, like 'where are they now'?

  5. devil himself designed and invented our capitalist financial system. the only thing this system does is concentration of wealth into fewer hands resulting in mass enslavement of common men.

  6. I just got out the payday loan and installment loan rut after being in it for years. At one point I had 6 different ones out at one time. To the point I had to do a CH 7 and a CH 13. I cried when I saw that part of the show because it hit home. We went from a 2 income family to just one and it hit hard.

  7. Watching this thinking these people had no problem getting down to paycheck/pay day loan but when it was time to cough up the money heal dragging excuses quit spending money like a drunken sailor

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