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ASA investigates payday loans that break rules served by Google

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) is investigating several reported examples of Google allowing ads from “predatory lenders”. The findings follow a report published in the Observer on Sunday which found that 24 advertisements had been paid for by 12 advertisers, including loan companies and credit brokers. Google’s stated practices prevent ad sales related to financial […]

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Chinese companies implicated in financial malfeasance in India: report

NNA | Update: 02 March 2022 10:06 STI New Delhi [India], March 2 (ANI): Since the Covid-19 pandemic, China has been trying to present itself as a reliable partner for economic recovery. But much like China’s vaccines that have raised questions about their effectiveness, the country’s partnership in economic recovery comes with waste, fraud and […]

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This platform wants to disrupt the payday loan industry

NAAC Finance will connect the unbanked with quick cash and financial education, helping them avoid predatory high-interest loans. More than 7 million U.S. households are unbanked, meaning no one living in that household has a checking or savings account, according to a FDIC investigation. Lack of a bank account can make it difficult to get […]

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Access to earned wages boosts productivity

In a time of pandemic-induced financial and economic hardship, waiting to get paid once a month can be difficult in the face of emergencies, surprise medical bills, and unforeseen expenses. The inability to access earned wages during tough times can also increase the chances of employees resorting to payday loans at high interest rates, further […]

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How does an installment loan process work at Heart Paydays?

An installment loan allows the borrower to withdraw a certain amount of money over time. The loan is then repaid in installments. Typically, installment loans come with fixed payment amounts – they don’t vary throughout the loan. However, loan interest rates may vary depending on the lender and the terms of the loan. Examples of […]

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Bill targeting ‘predatory’ loans gains momentum

Democratic senses Katy Duhigg of Albuquerque and William Soules of Las Cruces support a bill that would lower the cap on interest rates for small loans to 36% from a current maximum of 175%. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal) Copyright © 2022 Albuquerque Journal SANTA FE — Legislation that would dramatically lower New Mexico’s interest rate cap […]

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Writer opposes payday loan bill | Letters to the Editor

Writer opposes payday loan bill Dear Editor: Recently, I was appalled to learn of a proposed bill at the Indiana Statehouse offering a “solution” to the payday loan industry. SB 352, dubbed the supervised consumer lending bill, claims to benefit the too many struggling Hoosiers who use these predatory services. Considering that the current legally […]

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Loans that help you solve your car problems

In our daily tasks, we rely on our ability to move from one point to another. We humans have to move to survive, without movement we couldn’t get to work, buy groceries and toiletries or even go to important places. Most of this problem can be solved by getting a car. A car really solves […]

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[COLUMN] Achieve Freedom by Eliminating Your Mountain of Debt —

The TOUGH financial times caused by the pandemic are pushing consumers to the limit. Chargebacks and overdue credit card balances are on the rise again. Faced with layoffs and tough economic times, many people are turning to their credit card to pay for basic expenses such as food and housing. Many people dip into their […]

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JPMorgan Chase slows down payday lenders

Timothy A. Clary / Agence France-Presse – Getty ImagesJPMorgan Chase plans to give clients more power over their high interest payday loans. JPMorgan Chase will make changes to protect consumers who have borrowed money from a growing power on the Internet – payday lenders offering short-term loans with interest rates up to 500 percent. JPMorgan, […]

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The battle for the payday lending industry begins

The battle over a proposed new payday loan rule began on Thursday, with supporters saying it would protect needy borrowers and opponents warning it would reduce access to credit and threatening legal action. The rhetorical skirmishes began when the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released a plan that would require providers of payday loans, auto title […]

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Churches Fight Predatory Payday Loans

FORT WORTH (RNS) —Anyra Cano Valencia was having dinner with her husband, Carlos, and their families when an urgent knock came to their door. Anyra Cano The Valencias, ministers of the Iglesia Bautista Victoria en Cristo in Fort Worth, opened the door to a desperate and overwhelmed faithful. The woman and her family had borrowed […]

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City Council Leads Battle Against Payday Lenders – By Offering Its Own Loans | Payday loans

Tthe city of Sheffield will, on Monday, launch a range of loans for distressed residents in a retaliation against high-interest deals from Provident Financial, Brighthouse and Wonga. The move, he claims, will save its poorest residents £ 20million in just one year. The new financial services brand, called Sheffield Money, is backed by the city […]

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Wonga’s Compensation Claims Quadruple | Wonga

The pile of compensation claims from customers against Wonga has quadrupled to more than 40,000 since the controversial payday lender collapsed, administrators said. Wonga was placed in administration in August 2018, claiming that he could not financially cope with the more than 10,500 complaints registered with the Financial Ombudsman Service at the time. There are […]