Thursday, November 28, 2019


This for of small time lending is facing legislative rebuke because of consumers who have been burned . . . Meanwhile, a short-term cash resource for those who can use the service responsibly (and don't want to bother family with small time money needs) is disappearing from local streets and simply moving to the even more vicious Internets world. Read more:

Programs pop up to help people get out of payday loans

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Rebecca Devereux-Wells has had many high points in her life. "I was a nurse, top of my field, no less. I was rather proud of myself for 25 years," she said. But with that came the lows. "[I] got injured in a car accident and then another one on the job," she said.


A Moment of Your Time Please said...

Stop one damn minute here!
Yes these places charge high interest on their money and it's very clearly laid out in the paperwork you sign. You agreed to their terms when you signed upon the dotted line. So to cry and whine later that they are ripping you off is a disgusting display from a person who clearly is unable to make common sense decisions in life. I hope this lady is never a nurse for any family member of mine as she no doubt isn't to bright or responsible.

Anonymous said...

Let me loan you some cash to get out of debt.

Anonymous said...

8:56, if your family members are anything like you, I can’t imagine too many people would be standing in line to take care of them, so remember that beggars can’t be choosers.

Anonymous said...

Sorta like student loan debt crybabies.

My liberal arts and gender studies degrees don't appear to be in such great demand. Can't pay off the 120 grand I borrowed. Sob, sob.

Learn plumbing, electrical, carpentry?? Are you kidding? I'm much too smart for that.

Anonymous said...

11:03 what's the matter, feeling a little butthurt this morning when having to face the truth?

Anonymous said...

Yes, 11:03. Terribly butthurt. Why don’t you stick your tongue in my crack and make it all better?