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Thursday, April 16 12:00 AM EDT

Top 11 Signs You've Got a Mortgage Application from a Geek


11. Star Wars action figures are listed in the asset table.
10. Mortgage amount requested is a prime number.
9. Application returned with post-it notes showing where the UI could be improved.
8. Contact information consists of a Twitter user name and a Facebook page.
7. All the corners have been cut off the pages of the application.
6. Dollar amount written in hex.
5. At the bottom it's noted that all information enclosed is protected under the creative commons license.
4. Applicant suggests rolling 1d20 against AC instead of checking his credit score.
3. Home address listed as 127.0.0.1
2. It's printed on caffeinated paper.
1. There's already illegal copies of it on all the torrent sites.

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