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News Headlines - predatory lending


Americans' protections from predatory lending
Enid News & Eagle
Fallin made the right choice when she vetoed HB 1913 — a bill that would have expanded predatory lending in Oklahoma. In her veto message, Fallin pointed out that Oklahomans frequently take out high-interest loans at a high cost to them and their ...


Forbes

For Poor Filipino Farmers Reliant On Predatory Lending, This Startup Offers An Alternative
Forbes
For Cropital cofounder Rachel de Villa, her company's mission is rooted in personal experience. After seeing her grandmother lose her pineapple farm, she became determined to prevent other farmers from losing their livelihoods due to financial hardship.


The Hill (blog)

Sorry House GOP, predatory lending oversight has bipartisan ...
The Hill (blog)
The House of Representatives will vote Thursday on the Financial CHOICE Act, Rep. Jeb Hensarling's (R-Texas) attempt to repeal and replace the Dodd-Frank ...

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Forbes

Frustrated To Fabulous: The Humble Beginnings Of Natasha Leggero
Forbes
You guessed it: predatory lending. "New York was proving itself to be so hard for me. I lived in Harlem. I was waitressing. I couldn't get an agent. Every day I would wake up and pound the pavement to no avail. And then I got this letter from Chase ...


Richmond.com

Request for information on 'predatory' lenders weighed by Supreme Court
Richmond.com
Scott A. Surovell, D-Fairfax, who argued before the court Wednesday on behalf of an investigative reporting organization that sought detailed information on how many loans, defaults and repossessions were the work of Virginia's three largest title ...


City Pages

Republicans' banking plan leaves Minnesotans vulnerable to predatory lenders
City Pages
Sara Nelson-Pallmeyer of Exodus Lending, a Minnesota nonprofit that tries to rescue payday borrowers from never-ending debt, has watch Congress train its sights on the CFPB post-election, and isn't surprised at all that the agency's payday proposals ...


The Chattanoogan

Mayor Berke's Council For Women Takes On Predatory Lending
The Chattanoogan
“Back when I first ran for state office, people shared their concerns with me about predatory lending and the damage it does to businesses and homes in the neighborhoods where these stores are located," said Mayor Berke during Monday night's public ...


WNCN

NC Attorney General targeting predatory lenders
WNCN
These companies are called predatory lenders, and the North Carolina Attorney General is now going after these companies, who lure in those with poor credit, then charge excessively high interest rates. “The rates they were charging were outrageous ...


The News Herald

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Predatory lending
The News Herald
Now I wonder, many a right-wing propagandist howl and gnashed their teeth that Obama didn't put any bankers in jail when what they did was, at the time, legal, so he and those in Congress who were determined to block the President no matter what he did ...


CHOICE Act dilutes safeguards
Bismarck Tribune
Predatory lending and payday loan companies prey on the most poverty-stricken populations living paycheck to paycheck and in need of emergency funds to put out the many "fires" they experience on a daily basis. Once given a payday loan, people are ...

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