Posted March 5, 2021
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Lenders can hike interest rates up to 59 per cent. One senator is trying to make that illegal.
A coalition of advocates, organizations and researchers is launching a nationwide day of action to demand affordable-internet policies from the federal government.
While interest rates remain pinned to historic lows, and while the country’s Big Six banks continue to rack up profits in the multibillions, a vast swath of borrowers have been cast out of the realm of conventional lending.
A growing number of households are using more costly payday and instalment loans due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to anti-poverty group Acorn Canada.
When Betty Morrison moved to London, she was trying to escape a payday loan she couldn’t afford to pay back.
The group delivered demands to Money Mart and Cash ‘N’ Cheque on Concession Street
Loans Bad Credit Online – Use of payday loans surges amid COVID-19 pandemic, new survey finds
It’s fine for kids who have high-speed internet, fancy laptops and tech-savvy adults around to help out. This is a story about everybody else
Posted on February 18, 2021