Holiday spenders may need short term lending

Feb 04, 2014 Quinn Thomas

The holiday season is behind consumers, which means many now have to deal with the consequences of potentially having overextended themselves to purchase gifts for their friends and family. Total holiday retail sales increased 3.8 percent to


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Retailers should inform customers about ID theft warning signs

Jan 29, 2014 Dave King

With the recent data breaches at Target and Neiman Marcus, Americans may be more concerned than ever about identity theft. As a result, consumers could be reluctant to shop in stores and online out of fear that they could become a victim of


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Retailers call for new electronic payment technology as security concerns grow

Jan 29, 2014 Dave King

In the modern world, electronics are proliferating at an incredible rate in a number of different formats and disciplines. However, few sectors have been as affected by the use of new technology as the retail industry. For decades, credit cards


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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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