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Monday Headlines: CFPB looks to rein in payday lenders

2 Responses to “Monday Headlines: CFPB looks to rein in payday lenders”

  1. Gary Koester

    As I read the article about CFPB limiting payday Lenders I couldn’t help but think of the Credit Unions hollow claim that they deserve a federal tax exemption because they serve people of modest means. Well, here you go! Step in and serve this abused sector of the market and wear the white hat.

  2. Roberto

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