Banks still not lending to British businesses

Dec 12, 2018 Philip Burgess

Ever since the global recession took hold a few years ago, British banks have opted out of offering business loans to companies across the country. Small firm owners have likely had the toughest time - not only have enterprises that haven't


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Identity theft not rare in the UK

Dec 12, 2018 Simon Williams

British consumers have had to deal with so many financial hardships over the past few years. The Great Recession took a massive toll on people across the world, and those in the United Kingdom were certainly not spared any of these troubles.


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Video gamers prefer alternative payment methods

Dec 12, 2018 Sean Albert

Video gamers prefer alternative payment methods

Alternative payment systems such as mobile devices are offering many consumers a more convenient and efficient way to make purchases over scrambling for their credit and debit cards.The video game sector is one such group of individuals who


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Kansas City a popular area for short term lenders

Dec 12, 2018 Sean Albert

When individuals need financial help fast, they don't always head to banks, credit unions or other traditional lenders. In the era after the Great Recession, many people know that unless they have anything but a perfect consumer credit score,


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New York government now punishing debt collectors

Dec 12, 2018 Sean Albert

As was seen during the Great Recession, when times are financially tough, individuals will try to tap into extra funds wherever possible to keep their families safe, happy and healthy. Just one of these alternative finance options is short


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