Will short term loan database help quell some critics?

Jan 29, 2014 Philip Burgess

Despite nearly single-handedly keeping a number of consumers afloat during some of the most financially tough times households have seen in the past few years, the short term loan sector still has a number of critics. These are the companies


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What are UK consumers using short term loans for?

Jan 28, 2014 Philip Burgess

As in any other industry, there are often best practices that patrons of the short term lending industry need to be aware of before they buy products or services. Because the majority of companies in this sector are legitimate and want to ensure


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Lawmakers launch war against loan penalty charges

Jan 24, 2014 Philip Burgess

In almost any nation across the world, if you don't keep up with making payments on various accounts, there are going to be consequences. For instance, say you fail to pay your electricity bill for a month or two - chances are good that you're


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Same-name cities deal with identity theft

Sep 28, 2011 Karen Umpierre

Same-name cities deal with identity theft

According to estimates from the Federal Trade Commission, as many as 9 million Americans have their identities stolen every year, the Northwest Herald reports.In order to do its part to combat this statistic, the McHenry County Farm Bureau


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HHS funds criminal babysitters

Sep 02, 2011 Matt Roesly

HHS funds criminal babysitters

Illinois' Child Care Assistance Program is begetting scrutiny because of its blase approach to background checks of potential child sitters, the Huffington Post reports.The state-run childcare subsidy program provides babysitters for families


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