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.
Synchrony Financial is closely monitoring the possibility of regulators reducing late fees in the credit card industry, but it is not overly concerned about the potential impact on revenue, executives said Friday. Analysts asked about credit card late fees during the company’s earnings call, which came two days after Consumer
By Victoria McKenzie (January 26, 2022, 8:44 PM EST) – An Illinois debtor has filed a class action proposal against a group of online tribal loan companies for allegedly issuing illegal high-interest loans , adding to a trend of similar complaints across the country that accuse unscrupulous lenders of using
Miquita Oliver is the TV presenter best known for her time hosting T4. She began presenting in 2001 alongside Simon Amstell on Channel 4’s Popworld. The 37-year-old had a career spanning the 2000s and has since worked in radio, hosting shows on Radio 1 and 1Xtra. There are many surprising
(MENAFN – ValueWalk) When it comes to things that may pose a risk to your finances, certain activities may immediately come to mind. Investing heavily in high-risk stock options, quitting your job without a back-up plan, or habitually making large, unnecessary purchases are all obvious actions that can certainly affect
TOPEKA, (KSNT) – Kansans who pay high interest rates for payday loans could see some changes with a new bill that is being introduced. Reverend Annie Ricker, who leads Berryton United Methodist Church, is one of many members of a community activist organization called ‘Topeka Jump’ which is calling on
This week, Wells Fargo joined the list of big banks introducing short-term credit products — and the much smaller OneUnited Bank in Boston unveiled its own version, designed as an alternative to payday loans. OneUnited’s loan, called CashPlease, is designed to help customers of the black-owned bank with $635 million
Mobile apps are changing the way people do their banking. The financial industry is now able to offer more services and information directly to customers without having to go through a branch. This article will explore how mobile apps have helped change the industry, as well as some downsides of