Illegal Payday Loans on the Rise Leading to More Payday Loan Lawsuits
Consumer advocates say more payday loan companies are setting up shop online because it's a lot easier to hide from the law on the internet than it is to hide in ...
Payday Loan Industry Not Involved With Current Lawsuits Against Banks
http://www.spotya.com/blog/payday-loan/payday-loan-industry-not-involved-with-current-lawsuits-against-banks/ Big name banks and lesser known credit ...
Class Action Lawsuit Against Online Payday Loans
Class action lawsuits are now being filed against online payday lenders over claims that the companies are charging excessive interest rates – sometimes up to 800% – in violation of state and federal laws. Read on to learn more.
Lawsuits Against Abusive Tribal Payday Loans By John B. Scofield, Jr. on January 17, 2018 in Investigations Caddell & Chapman is investigating potential “rent-a-tribe” class action litigation.
Class action lawsuits to recover funds for illegally charged and overcharged borrowers are part of a one-two punch against illegal payday lending practices in the state.
Class Action Against Country’s Largest Payday Lender Reaches $18.75 Million Settlement. Advance America, the country’s largest payday lender, agreed to pay $18.75 million to more than 140,000 North Carolina consumers under a proposed settlement agreement announced by the consumers’ attorneys.
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A Calgary lawyer has launched a class-action lawsuit against a payday loan company, alleging that the industry gives loans with interest rates and fees that equate to 15,000 per cent a year.
A successful class action lawsuit against two payday loan companies in Ontario has concluded. Now, the challenge is to find the recipients of the $10 million dollar settlement.
The class action alleged that Cash Store Financial Services Inc., which operated more than 500 outlets at its peak, broke the Payday Loans Act by exceeding the maximum cost of borrowing allowed.
Court Blocks Class Action Suit Against Payday Lender An appeals court derailed a class action lawsuit aimed at keeping payday lenders from using the criminal justice system to file charges against ...
A class action settlement by Cohen & Malad, LLP involving payday loans will help fund a new free legal service to help the city’s poor fight predatory lenders and other financial scam artists.