Month: July 2021

Some banks now offer personal loans with rates below 3%. Should you apply?

MarketWatch has highlighted these products and services because we believe readers will find them useful. We may earn a commission if you purchase products through our links, but our recommendations are independent of any compensation we may receive. In 2020, about 19.4 million Americans had a personal loan, according to LendingTree. This is probably due, […]

Manchester council vows to crack down on ‘scourge’ of city payday lending companies

Manchester council has pledged to fight payday loan companies opening new stores on the city’s main streets. A motion to tackle the “scourge” of companies offering short-term loans with “punitive” interest rates received unanimous support from councilors on Wednesday. The bosses of the town hall will now take measures to prevent companies or individuals from […]

Are government interest rate caps an automatic gain for borrowers? Payday Loans Minnesota Illinois Chicago Email

Low-cost, short-term lenders, unencumbered by a maximum federal interest rate, can charge borrowers rates of 400% or more on their loans. But more and more states are reducing that number by setting ceiling rates to curb high-interest lending. Currently, 18 states and Washington, DC, have laws that limit short-term loan rates to 36% or less, […]

Google Pay Enables Online Loans For Small Businesses, In Partnership With The FlexiLoans Digital Loan App

Credit and Financing for MSMEs: FlexiLoans said it was the first lender to go live on the Google Pay platform. The company said it has disbursed unsecured business loans worth over Rs 1,000 crore over the past four years and has access to over 5 million MSMEs nationwide. Credit and finance for MSMEs: Google’s payment […]

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