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tony260674
25-06-2014, 08:31 PM
Not only did they send 45000 customers letters which they falsely claimed were from law firms, but they also charged the customers for the letters. Disgraceful behaviour and totally dishonest so have they had their licence revoked?? NO. A huge fine?? NO. All they have to do is try to get in touch with those affected and return the money they charged (although as many of these people were students/temporary workers, it is estimated that they may be unable to locate half of them).
Its a good job this company don't donate large sums to a particular political party isn't it? Otherwise that would really look bad wouldn't it?

shshsh22
25-06-2014, 08:44 PM
Arent they in financial bed,with those other peddlers of dishonesty and hypocrisy,the Church?Quite amusing really.

Casper64Frank
25-06-2014, 09:01 PM
All Payday loan companies should be shut down completely nothing but leeches...expensive ones at that.

jolly_roger
25-06-2014, 10:32 PM
Leeches masquerading as leeches, now that's a first.

one_a_day
26-06-2014, 06:39 AM
They are a payday lending company and if used in the correct manner then there won't be any issues.

If I get paid on the last day of the month, I.e Monday, have no money but would like to go out Saturday night then I could borrow AŁ40 and repay AŁ47 when I get paid. Yes it is a huge interest rate but it is still only AŁ7.

millavanilla
26-06-2014, 07:19 AM
They are a payday lending company and if used in the correct manner then there won't be any issues.

If I get paid on the last day of the month, I.e Monday, have no money but would like to go out Saturday night then I could borrow Ai40 and repay Ai47 when I get paid. Yes it is a huge interest rate but it is still only Ai7.


40 quid?..how much is ale where tha lives ? 10p a pint?

Tangerine_Miller
26-06-2014, 08:04 AM
Moderation is the key pal ;D