Consumer advocacy groups ask federal regulators to step up bank scrutiny.
U.S. court stops fake payday loan collectors operating in Cleveland, Atlanta.
There are now more payday loan stores in the U.S. than McDonald’s restaurants.
The Center for Responsible Lending reports that regulators are cracking down on payday lenders.
The CFA revealed that service personnel are vulnerable to abusive lending practices.
A new study by the CFPB shows how payday loans and direct-deposit advances can negatively impact consumers.
A new study shows that even at large banks, payday loans are risky for consumers and can lead to a downward financial spiral for borrowers.
Subprime borrowers don’t always deserve a bad reputation. One of the problems may be the way traditional lenders measure risk.
A group of senators is asking regulators to investigate high-interest payday loans being made at major banks.
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