Conflicting reports lead to short term loan confusion

Mar 07, 2014 Philip Burgess

No matter the topic at hand, it often seems as if everyone has an opinion. Take something like the current education system - even pensioners who don't have children or grandchildren and wouldn't be affected by any widespread changes in curricula


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How are loans pushing debt if the majority of people pay them off on time?

Feb 26, 2014 Philip Burgess

Nearly anyone in the United Kingdom and not living under a rock has likely heard in the past few years the undeserved criticism that has been lobbied against the short term lending industry. Recently, government and financial industry leaders


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Give the people what they want: Rise in loan demand

Feb 24, 2014 Philip Burgess

Thankfully, there aren't a lot of people who are currently in dire straits financially. In a post-global recession United Kingdom, the economy is picking back up and consumers' fiscal situations are beginning to stabilize. That's a far cry


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More consumer education needed on short term loans

Feb 05, 2014 Philip Burgess

Critics of the short term lending industry in the United Kingdom tend to attack the sector on a few key focal areas. One of the most harped-on subjects is that consumers can drive themselves into more debt by taking out these alternative credit


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Do borrowers have short term loan outlets online?

Feb 05, 2014 Philip Burgess

Over the past few years, families across the United Kingdom have been very worried about whether or not their next paychecks were going to cover the basic costs of living, like rent or mortgage, utilities bills, student loan payments, car-related


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