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Usury Region: Payday Financial loans Pushing Hundreds of thousands of Middle Class People in america Further into Debt

Lawmakers and general public officers in California, Ohio, South Carolina, Missouri, Washington and other states are making an attempt to crack down on the controversial observe recognised as payday lending. Payday financial loans are short-phrase financial loans or money innovations secured by a post-dated check out. The once-a-year curiosity charge for these financial loans can be as significant as 400 per cent, ten situations the maximum credit history card costs. Currently, its a $forty billion sector with extra than 22,000 outlets. We converse with journalist Daniel Brook about his Harpers Journal report, Usury Region,” and with Ginna Inexperienced of the Heart for Dependable Lending.

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  1. Ah Yeah Iam a £100.000 in debt

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  2. How come they say ''African American Neighborhoods'' but not ''Caucasian Neighborhoods'' instead of ''White'' If they think it's racist to use the word ''Black'' to define a race then why isn't it racist to define Caucasians as ''White''

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  3. i came here from a payday 2 vid.. k..

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  4. ◄ Vɪsɪᴛ Mʏ Cʜᴀɴɴᴇʟ ᴛᴏ Lᴇᴀʀɴ ʜᴏᴡ ᴛᴏ Fɪɴᴅ ᴛʜᴇ ʙᴇsᴛ Pᴀʏᴅᴀʏ Lᴏᴀɴ Sᴇʀᴠɪᴄᴇ, sᴛᴀʀᴛ ғʀᴏᴍ $100 & ᴜᴘ ᴛᴏ $5,000, Aᴘᴘʟʏ Oɴʟɪɴᴇ ɪɴ 2 ᴍɪɴᴜᴛᴇs ᴀɴᴅ ʙᴀᴅ ᴄʀᴇᴅɪᴛ ɪs OK, ᴏʀ https://plus.google.com/105695081041688884021/posts/Nmv1QcXs27v

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  5. Soymilk Reid   1 year ago  
    Dave Ramsey!!!!———————–yes!!  And did she really say "black and brown neighborhoods"?? Wow…

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  6. It's the individuals responsibility to pay back the loan..if you can't pay back the loan and interest don't take out a loan..

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  7. If your car breaks down and you can't afford to repair it, scrap it and get a bicycle and lose weight in the process.

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  8. Viable alternatives are being made that that follow industry standards and the proposed, yet not enforced interest cap. Support #fairlending  and community accountability.
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  9. if you can't manage your money, too bad; your color has nothing to do with it. Why are most African immigrants prospering? it's more cultural/environmental more than anything

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  10. Why is it African-American and just Latino. Are they trying to say Latinos aren't American too? And I'm a poor German/Irish/British/American-Indian-American, I've used payday loans, and have to say Check Into Cash is the BEST.  They will give you a whole month to pay it back without re-writing if have to, instead of just next payday. They always friendly, joke around and all that stuff (I know they probably instructed to), but even though my file is literally an inch thick and they don't have to, they still do.

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  11. You refer to Blacks and Browns as African and Latino Americans, but you give European Americans the finger by calling us as just a color. White? Suck a big, black dick you "House Caucasian" slut.

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  12. Dave Ramsey!!!!

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  13. Sup, have you wondered this method called the Intellitus Cash System? (go search google). My cousin says it earns people oodles of cold hard cash.

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  14. Try asking your bank for a $250 loan. Try getting store credit with a 450 credit score. If you use it responsibly, you will have no problem. The problem is that people walk in thinking it's easy money when they really don't need it. And we disclose an APR bc we are considered a creditor or lender, but it is a fee based loan. In Florida, the fee is 10% + a $5 verification fee. The point still stands, use it responsibly. I have, and I've never been stuck in the "cycle." Take responsibility!

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  15. The problem is that you end up in a cycle. People should simply not even be approved. That is the problem with this damn coutry. no bank charges 300%. You are way off.

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  16. so then just pay on time. psha !

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  17. i work at a payday company, and use the service. there are people of all walks of life… doctors, professors, lawyers, police officers, janitors, cashiers, waitresses and even some who own their own small business/self employed.

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  18. exactly. i've used the service, and responsibly. i only use it when i need it. i don't make 100,000 a yr. in fact, i only make $30,000, which is less than the avg user. but i don't live beyond my means. i know how to save money. i know how to budget. it's crazy that people always want to blame corporations for their pitfalls, just like obese people blame mcdonalds. mcdonalds didn't put a gun to your head and make you eat 2 big macs. payday lenders didn't make you borrow. take responsibility !

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  19. if i had to resort to a payday loan i would have to admit i had finally hit the skids.

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  20. if my car broke down i would wait till i got my paycheck to pay for the service of getting it fixed and just ride the bus to work in the mean time.

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  21. What on earth does the skin color of the people in the neighborhood have to do with stores locating there? The stores are simply going where the business is. BTW: try to close them down and the neighborhood screams, it is a service they want. Better than a rate cap is to get more of them so they compete.

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  22. I think that we've found installment loans are a much better option than payday loans. We got one from fastcashvegas com and the interest is a whole lot less, and they also give you a longer period to pay back.

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  23. Annual= yearly —– PAYDAY loans are not meant to be paid over years- but weeks!

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  24. 5 years ago those pay day stores were everywhere in rockford Il now there gone nobody pay them back

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  25. Wow 400%,sounds about right.I know that if you miss a day it could cost you sometimes $20 a day late fee.

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