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More on the Arizona Payday Loan Industry

There’s some interesting commentary going on over at Arizona’s Own Expresso Pundit regarding the Arizona payday loan industry. Be sure to read the Comments Section; very enlightening! You’ll gain insight into how various state political machinations behind the scenes affect our industry. Of course, no surprises there.


Arizona Payday Loans Vote Yes #200

Arizona payday loan consumers urge a VOTE YES ON 200!

Concerned about access to small consumer loans and fear that government will continue to encroach on their freedom of financial choice, Arizona voters urge everyone to vote yes on 200.

Even if you have never used a payday loan and have zero plans in the future to do so, Arizona consumers urge all voters to allow the individual to make the choice; not government!

A Yes Vote on 200 will allow the payday loan product to exist in Arizona. A No Vote on 200 will force Arizona payday loan consumers to use Internet payday loan web sites.

Payday loan Internet web sites typically charge $20 – $40 per $100 borrowed. Arizona payday loan stores charge $15 per $100 for a two week period.

Recently the Prescott Courier endorsed Proposition 200! Read more here:
Arizonans for Financial Reform


Arizona Payday Loan Legislation

Arizona Proposition 200 was written by “Arizonans for Financial Reform” to ensure arizona consumers have access to multiple financial products.

Additionally, Arizona Proposition 200 will protect thousands of Arizona jobs and provide relief for commercial real estate owners who envision a very difficult 2009.

The last thing any state needs in these difficult times is higher unemployment, higher commercial vacancy rates, and a restriction on consumer access to funds!

For the facts, visit at: Arizonans for Financial Reforms