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'Marketplace' Report: Credit Without SSN
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'Marketplace' Report: Credit Without SSN

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'Marketplace' Report: Credit Without SSN

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Bank of America is now offering credit cards to people who don't have Social Security numbers. The bank says it's helping immigrants improve their quality of life, but critics say it's knowingly serving the needs of criminals. Marketplace's Sam Eaton talks with Alex Chadwick.

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