Lyft, Uber show benefits of accepting mobile payments

Jan 09, 2019 Dave King

Peer-to-peer ride sharing has gained popularity in recent years with the growth of car services such as Uber and Lyft. According to VentureBeat, Lyft has given more than 1 million rides, and in September 2013, Uber was valued at $3.5 billion.


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Lenders need to be aware of state and federal regulations

Jan 09, 2019 Philip Burgess

Short term lenders often help consumers finance major purchases, as well as make ends meet. Despite the convenient nature of these loan providers, some run into compliance issues due to complicated laws and regulations. Recently in Illinois,


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Interest cap to be imposed on British lenders

Jan 09, 2019 Simon Williams

Just like every other business out there, short term lenders need to make a profit to be able to stay in operation. Consider it this way - a toy company might import some dolls from a different nation that cost only £10 to make in total,


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Individuals, small businesses should seek alternative lending

Jan 09, 2019 Sean Albert

Individuals, small businesses should seek alternative lending

Traditional lenders like banks often decline to offer financing to startups and small businesses due to insufficient or suboptimal credit scores. These companies can blossom into great assets for the economy, but they are frequently judged


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Increased borrowing, declining collection accounts good sign for lenders

Jan 09, 2019 Walt Wojciechowski

Short term lending outlets and other credit providers in the United States may be on the brink of a lucrative period. As more consumers in the U.S. start to gain a better financial footing in the wake of the Great Recession, borrowing trends


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