Opinion: The CFPB Is Not Regulating Payday Loans, It Is Abolishing Them

By LeadsConAdminJune 6, 2016

This is not quite what the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is actually saying, of course, that it is intending to abolish payday lending. But that is the practical effect of the new regulations they intend upon issuing. It is not immediately obvious that this is a good idea as the […]

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