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One of every 6 Utah payday loan stores closed last year - Salt Lake Tribune


Salt Lake Tribune

One of every 6 Utah payday loan stores closed last year
Salt Lake Tribune
Report notes that happens as more Utahns take advantage of new options to escape debt from their high-interest loans. One of every 6 Utah payday loan stores closed last year. (Salt Lake Tribune | Leah Hogsten) New data show Utahns are taking out more ...
Fewer Payday Loan Stores After Lawmakers Offer AlternativesU.S. News & World Report

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Ask an Attorney: Should I use a payday loan for holiday expenses? - Las Vegas Sun


Ask an Attorney: Should I use a payday loan for holiday expenses?
Las Vegas Sun
Question: I was expecting a bonus from work that didn't come, and now I'm strapped for cash during the holidays. I'm thinking about taking out a payday loan. I know the interest rates are high, but I'm desperate and it would only be this one time. What ...

Liz Weston: Would a bank payday loan be any safer? - Chicago Daily Herald


Chicago Daily Herald

Liz Weston: Would a bank payday loan be any safer?
Chicago Daily Herald
But loans made without regard to someone's ability to repay can be dangerous, since people wind up extending the loans and paying a fortune in fees. The average payday loan customer paid $520 in fees annually to repeatedly borrow $375, according to The ...

and more »

Would a Bank Payday Loan Be Any Safer? - NerdWallet (blog)


Would a Bank Payday Loan Be Any Safer?
NerdWallet (blog)
A “safer” payday loan sounds like an oxymoron. Critics have branded these notoriously high-cost loans as debt traps that cause borrowers to go ever deeper in the hole. Thanks to a recent regulatory change, it now may be possible for banks to offer ...

and more »

Payday lending group plans to sue the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau - USA TODAY


USA TODAY

Payday lending group plans to sue the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
USA TODAY
A payday lending group plans to sue the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau over a new rule that tightens regulation of its business providing high-interest loans that borrowers use to make ends meet. The Community Financial Services Association of ...
House lawmakers move to repeal new CFPB payday lending rulesLos Angeles Times
Overturn CFPB's Payday Loan Rule to Protect Vulnerable ConsumersCompetitive Enterprise Institute (blog)

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Mick Mulvaney's new role as consumer watchdog chief boosts outlook for payday lenders - Charleston Post Courier


Charleston Post Courier

Mick Mulvaney's new role as consumer watchdog chief boosts outlook for payday lenders
Charleston Post Courier
Even for an industry that has plenty of experience battling with government regulators, the past few months have been particularly tumultuous for payday lenders. In October, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau unveiled a long-anticipated rule to ...
Payday lenders see new opportunity at revamped CFPBAmerican Banker

all 51 news articles »

Prominent lawyer could lose Alapocas home after payday loan scheme conviction - The News Journal


The News Journal

Prominent lawyer could lose Alapocas home after payday loan scheme conviction
The News Journal
A prominent Wilmington lawyer could lose his home following his conviction in a massive payday loan scheme. A forfeiture hearing has been scheduled for next Tuesday after a federal jury in Philadelphia found Wheeler K. Neff and co-defendant Charles M ...

Mick Mulvaney: Payday lending campaign contributions pose no conflicts of interest - USA TODAY


USA TODAY

Mick Mulvaney: Payday lending campaign contributions pose no conflicts of interest
USA TODAY
... including a different position on the watchdog's new payday lending rule. "It's not at all unusual for a new administration to change positions on various policies," Mulvaney said during an afternoon briefing with media reporters. "This place will ...

and more »

Payday loan regulations will be up for more discussion in Jefferson City - St. Louis Public Radio


St. Louis Public Radio

Payday loan regulations will be up for more discussion in Jefferson City
St. Louis Public Radio
Many businesses that offer quick access to cash have come under scrutiny for terms attached to the loans. The agreements can include much higher interest rates than traditional banks and can have the ability to be renewed in a manner that could allow ...

and more »

Read This Story Of A Man's Quest For Revenge Against The Tuckers, Racing's Payday Loan Scammers - Jalopnik


Jalopnik

Read This Story Of A Man's Quest For Revenge Against The Tuckers, Racing's Payday Loan Scammers
Jalopnik
He bought a private jet and spent more than $60 million to start his own professional Ferrari racing team. Around 2005, Joel split to start a company that would allow anyone to get into online payday lending—supplying software to process applications ...

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One of every 6 Utah payday loan stores closed last year - Salt Lake Tribune


Salt Lake Tribune

One of every 6 Utah payday loan stores closed last year
Salt Lake Tribune
Report notes that happens as more Utahns take advantage of new options to escape debt from their high-interest loans. One of every 6 Utah payday loan stores closed last year. (Salt Lake Tribune | Leah Hogsten) New data show Utahns are taking out more ...
Fewer Payday Loan Stores After Lawmakers Offer AlternativesU.S. News & World Report

all 5 news articles »

Ask an Attorney: Should I use a payday loan for holiday expenses? - Las Vegas Sun


Ask an Attorney: Should I use a payday loan for holiday expenses?
Las Vegas Sun
Question: I was expecting a bonus from work that didn't come, and now I'm strapped for cash during the holidays. I'm thinking about taking out a payday loan. I know the interest rates are high, but I'm desperate and it would only be this one time. What ...

Liz Weston: Would a bank payday loan be any safer? - Chicago Daily Herald


Chicago Daily Herald

Liz Weston: Would a bank payday loan be any safer?
Chicago Daily Herald
But loans made without regard to someone's ability to repay can be dangerous, since people wind up extending the loans and paying a fortune in fees. The average payday loan customer paid $520 in fees annually to repeatedly borrow $375, according to The ...

and more »

Would a Bank Payday Loan Be Any Safer? - NerdWallet (blog)


Would a Bank Payday Loan Be Any Safer?
NerdWallet (blog)
A “safer” payday loan sounds like an oxymoron. Critics have branded these notoriously high-cost loans as debt traps that cause borrowers to go ever deeper in the hole. Thanks to a recent regulatory change, it now may be possible for banks to offer ...

and more »

Payday lending group plans to sue the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau - USA TODAY


USA TODAY

Payday lending group plans to sue the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
USA TODAY
A payday lending group plans to sue the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau over a new rule that tightens regulation of its business providing high-interest loans that borrowers use to make ends meet. The Community Financial Services Association of ...
House lawmakers move to repeal new CFPB payday lending rulesLos Angeles Times
Overturn CFPB's Payday Loan Rule to Protect Vulnerable ConsumersCompetitive Enterprise Institute (blog)

all 133 news articles »

Mick Mulvaney's new role as consumer watchdog chief boosts outlook for payday lenders - Charleston Post Courier


Charleston Post Courier

Mick Mulvaney's new role as consumer watchdog chief boosts outlook for payday lenders
Charleston Post Courier
Even for an industry that has plenty of experience battling with government regulators, the past few months have been particularly tumultuous for payday lenders. In October, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau unveiled a long-anticipated rule to ...
Payday lenders see new opportunity at revamped CFPBAmerican Banker

all 51 news articles »

Prominent lawyer could lose Alapocas home after payday loan scheme conviction - The News Journal


The News Journal

Prominent lawyer could lose Alapocas home after payday loan scheme conviction
The News Journal
A prominent Wilmington lawyer could lose his home following his conviction in a massive payday loan scheme. A forfeiture hearing has been scheduled for next Tuesday after a federal jury in Philadelphia found Wheeler K. Neff and co-defendant Charles M ...

Mick Mulvaney: Payday lending campaign contributions pose no conflicts of interest - USA TODAY


USA TODAY

Mick Mulvaney: Payday lending campaign contributions pose no conflicts of interest
USA TODAY
... including a different position on the watchdog's new payday lending rule. "It's not at all unusual for a new administration to change positions on various policies," Mulvaney said during an afternoon briefing with media reporters. "This place will ...

and more »

Payday loan regulations will be up for more discussion in Jefferson City - St. Louis Public Radio


St. Louis Public Radio

Payday loan regulations will be up for more discussion in Jefferson City
St. Louis Public Radio
Many businesses that offer quick access to cash have come under scrutiny for terms attached to the loans. The agreements can include much higher interest rates than traditional banks and can have the ability to be renewed in a manner that could allow ...

and more »

Read This Story Of A Man's Quest For Revenge Against The Tuckers, Racing's Payday Loan Scammers - Jalopnik


Jalopnik

Read This Story Of A Man's Quest For Revenge Against The Tuckers, Racing's Payday Loan Scammers
Jalopnik
He bought a private jet and spent more than $60 million to start his own professional Ferrari racing team. Around 2005, Joel split to start a company that would allow anyone to get into online payday lending—supplying software to process applications ...