Payday Loan Collection Scam – Vultures on the Prowl

By | Jan 30, 2010

The Kansas Attorney General, Steve Six, reports that Kansas residents are complaining about collectors calling with claims that the consumer took out an Internet based payday loan and never repaid it.


Magic Numbers Don’t be misled by payday loan statistics.

By | Jan 27, 2010

A common practice in making small loans of a few hundred dollars for a few weeks is to charge about $15 per hundred dollars lent. Politicians, the media, community activists, and miscellaneous other busybodies are able to transform these numbers into annual percentage charges of several hundred percent, thereby creating moral melodramas and demands that the government “do something” about such “abuses.


OLA-Online Lenders Alliance Internet Payday Loan Lenders Association

By | Jan 25, 2010

As the Online Lenders Association OLA web site states, “All member companies have agreed to a List of Best Practices and Code of Conduct developed by OLA to ensure that consumers are fully informed and fairly treated and are using all lending products and practices responsibly.”


Illinois Payday Loan Law Reform SB 1435 Redundant

By | Jan 23, 2010

Illinois Payday Loan Reform Act SB 1435 is redundant. Illinois payday loan lenders already disclose fee schedules, APR – Annual Percentage Rates, any balloon payments due, payment due dates and much, much more.


Payday Loan Internet Biz 4 Sale

By | Jan 14, 2010

Payday Loan Internet business that has suddenly become available.

For those of you in the market for a turnkey payday loan business, we have one!

Here’s the lowdown from the seller:

“Small Internet Payday Advance company for sale. 10+ year old
company is winding down business and is currently maintaining its


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