The governmental uproar over the growing payday-loan industry belies a fundamental financial reality: many people are prepared to spend high prices to have tiny, short-term loans, which many banks no further offer.
States and metropolitan areas are fighting the expansion of payday-loan workplaces, that offer loans against workers’ future paychecks.
The Chicago City Council, for instance, passed a measure during the early November requiring special town permission to open up payday-loan shops. And Cook County State’s Atty. Richard Devine’s office has sued one Chicago-area payday-loan company, saying it illegally harassed clients to have them to cover right straight back loans. Meanwhile, state legislators have now been keeping hearings to see whether the industry requires more regulation. Devamını oku