So the bank admit they are asking personal questions about information it was not provided by the customer as testing for verification.
They exclaim this information is publicly available.
You get that right? They are testing someone with information outside the legal contract, which is publicly available? Who else has access to publicly available information? Credit card thieves? Nah, nevermind I guess I got confused. Cause for a moment I thought they said, the top secret data used to protect against fraud, was publicly available information. Heh.
Scorpio Slasher: What about you boy, what do hate?
Marcus: Bullies. Tiny dick egotists who hurt people for no reason, make people lock their doors at night. People who make general existence worse, people like you. I f*cking hate people like you!