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2 Responses to “Monday Headlines: CFPB looks to rein in payday lenders”
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.
By: Harry MillsWhen you sign up for a student loan, you will get an amonut of money that you need to complete college. During that time you will be told that you do not have to pay back your loans until you have graduated from college. This is a very helpful thing that many people appreciate. Your graduation might come faster than you think, and this is a great thing. At the time of your graduation you will need to go through something called exit counseling. Do you know what this process includes and how you can work it? The following is some information that you should use in order to make sure you repay your loans back efficiently.This process will help you with proper repayment management, as well as management of your personal finances. This is the time when you will learn the rules, how you can consolidate your loans, and the consequences of defaulting on payments.Information You Will NeedYou will need to bring the following things to your advisor meeting in order to get everything taken care of. Make sure you have your driver’s license number, Social Security number, and your permanent address. You will also need to bring the name, address and telephone number of the company you are going to work for as well as the name, address and phone number of your nearest relative. Email: Tel:+447042035199
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