RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) – The federal court in Richmond has given preliminary approval to a class action settlement that would provide $489 million in relief to victims of illegal internet lending. The ruling was released Thursday, May 12, and will affect approximately 555,000 consumers who have been charged more thanRead More →

Monthly cash payments from the federal government last year may have helped some parents avoid taking out payday loans or selling their blood plasma to pay their bills. According to a new report released with the Brookings Institution’s Global Economy and Development Program by researchers from the Social Policy InstituteRead More →

The cost of living is rising and more of us will likely be looking for consumer credit solutions in the near future. There are a number of options available to consumer borrowers, from overdraft facilities to credit cards. But for some borrowers, a personal loan may be the most appropriateRead More →

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 preventRead More →

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Payday loans are high-cost, short-term loans that borrowers typically use to meet financial obligations. These small, short-term loans come with high interest rates and high fees. While payday lenders market their products as quick and easy ways to meet emergency financial needs, the reality is that many consumers find themselvesRead More →

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Maine boasts a low cost of living, affordable housing, and many working industries throughout the state. However, with an average state income of $56,000, Maine residents have lower incomes than the national average. This leaves many residents with unpaid bills waiting for payday. Don’t let a high energy bill orRead More →

Wolves received £23m in loan secured against future installments from Diogo Jota’s sale to Liverpool, helping Jeff Shi manage cash flow WOLVERHAMPTON, ENGLAND – JULY 15: Wolverhampton Wanderers Technical Director Scott Sellars (L) and Wolverhampton Wanderers Executive Chairman Jeff Shi look on during a Wolverhampton Wanderers pre-season training session atRead More →

Payday loans usually come with very high interest rates and are often based on your income. Personal loans are long-term installment loans that generally have lower rates than payday loans. Payday loans are always a worse option than personal loans due to their high rates. Read more stories from PersonalRead More →

Milwaukee, Wisconsin- The pandemic has created an environment of uncertainty and financial need, especially for people in Wisconsin who have lost their jobs and suffered pay cuts/reductions. As things slowly return to normal, individuals/families still need basic necessities, medical bills, and other urgent needs that cost money, a problem CapitolRead More →

This week, the court is relaunching an ERISA claim and forcing arbitration of a dispute over Internet tribal payday loans. WARMENHOVEN v. NETAPP, INC.The Court held that the PowerPoint presentations did not constitute plan documents and that, therefore, any representation they contained could not override ERISA’s default rule that socialRead More →

NEW YORK – August 11, 2021 – Millions of working Americans are caught in the vicious cycle of debt as a result of resorting to payday loans and paying expensive overdraft fees to pay their bills on time and make ends meet. However, according to new research from the Aite-NovaricaRead More →

Manchester council has pledged to fight payday loan companies opening new stores on the city’s main streets. A motion to tackle the “scourge” of companies offering short-term loans with “punitive” interest rates received unanimous support from councilors on Wednesday. The bosses of the town hall will now take measures toRead More →