Federal action against payday loans is picking up – CCTV-America


Federal action against payday loans is picking up
CCTV-America
After years of operating as reigning short-term creditors, so-called payday lenders may soon see their demise. Regulators in the U.S. are cracking down on the lenders, who often provide quick loans at high costs to the borrower. CCTV America's Shraysi ...
California Law Paves Way for More Credit-Building 0% LoansNerdWallet (blog)

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Could Your Student Loans Be Making You Sick? – Credit.com News (blog)


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Could Your Student Loans Be Making You Sick?
Credit.com News (blog)
With hundreds of dollars going toward loans every month, these consumers may struggle or not be able to reach other financial goals, like buying a home, saving adequately for retirement, setting aside money for their kids' college funds, or making ...

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California Law Paves Way for More Credit-Building 0% Loans – NerdWallet (blog)


California Law Paves Way for More Credit-Building 0% Loans
NerdWallet (blog)
A few nonprofit groups around the U.S. provide low- or no-interest micro loans to people whose financial options are limited and may otherwise turn to payday lenders, leading to a mire of mounting debt at exorbitant rates. The U.S. Consumer Financial ...
Federal action against payday loans is picking upCCTV-America

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Is ActiveHours A True Payday Alternative Or Just Another Too-Good-To-Be-True … – The Consumerist


Is ActiveHours A True Payday Alternative Or Just Another Too-Good-To-Be-True ...
The Consumerist
active hours We're largely a society built on convenience: fast food, one-stop shops and other we-need-it-now services. Unfortunately, that need for timeliness seeped in to the financial system in the way of quick-fix payday loans, which can provide ...

Like Payday Loans, Lawsuit Loans Increasingly Coming Under Fire – Huffington Post


Like Payday Loans, Lawsuit Loans Increasingly Coming Under Fire
Huffington Post
Lately, it seems everyone from Comedy Central's John Oliver to state lawmakers are blasting the "payday loan" industry, and surely a bit of that consumer heat will eventually focus on lawsuit lending, which the Wall Street Journal has called "the legal ...

Breaking Bad, Seinfeld stars appear in “Barely Legal Pawn” – SlashGear


Breaking Bad, Seinfeld stars appear in “Barely Legal Pawn
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Like us, she also considered pawning some valuables to raise some much-needed funds for that over-the-top purchase. Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul seem to have folded quietly into society as pawn shop owners, and assumed new identities. then again, ...

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