A new class of American consumers could benefit lenders

Dec 12, 2018 Walt Wojciechowski

Many short term lending operations and other financing outlets are wondering what the long term impact of the Great Recession will be on their enterprises. Concerns over borrowing habits have increased, as Americans have shown that they are


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Businesses should take steps against Heartbleed bug to prevent identity theft

Dec 12, 2018 Walt Wojciechowski

The now-infamous Heartbleed bug put Internet users at risk for identity theft, which can wreak havoc on their consumer credit data. Businesses that suspect they are impacted should implement measures to prevent data breaches. Codenomicon announced


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Save Your Credit - When Do Collection Agencies Report You?

Dec 12, 2018 Philip Burgess

Save Your Credit - When Do Collection Agencies Report You?

For businesses of all sizes, credit serves as an integral part of capital operations and in many ways cannot be avoided.


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How alternative lenders could drive SME growth in UK

Dec 12, 2018 Sean Albert

When the global recession hit in 2008, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) were among the first to suffer. Banks determined that lending to SME​s represented too big a risk without the potential for receiving huge returns.As with


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Alternative lending can help more SMEs survive, succeed

Dec 11, 2018 Simon Williams

Forget the rising gap between small and big businesses in the United Kingdom - a recent study revealed that there's hardly any middle ground left within the small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) sector. "In every market and economic cycle,


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