Payday Loan

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Payday Loan

A short-term loan expected to be repaid before the borrower's next pay day. Frequently, the borrower collateralizes a payday loan by presenting a postdated check for the amount of the loan (plus interest). The lender simply deposits the check on the agreed-upon date. Interest rates on payday loans are notoriously high.
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Critics of the payday lending industry have argued that without these underwriting standards, the CFPB's new regulations are effectively toothless.
Last night, the move was attacked by Labour MP Frank Field, a critic of payday lending.
The Financial Conduct Authority imposed a cap on payday lending charges in 2014 and ordered firms to make amends to borrowers charged sky-high rates on short-term loans they had no hope of paying back.
Gillibrand said, 'Millions of Americans are being forced into payday lending schemes that only exacerbate their money problems, and Congress has the ability to wipe out these predatory practices right now by creating a Postal Bank that would be accessible to everyone, everywhere.
Warren and other Democrats linked Mulvaney's decision to drop cases and revisit payday lending rules to his having received campaign contributions from the payday industry.
Last week, the CFPB (https://www.consumerfinance.gov/about-us/newsroom/cfpb-statement-payday-rule/) announced it would reconsider rules governing payday lending it finalized in October under Cordray.
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Sister company Cheque Centre pulled out of the payday lending market after criticism by financial regulators.