New Payday Loan Regulations for Lenders

July 27, 2017 Posted by kingcade

Online lenders are now required to advertise on at least one price comparison website and display “prominently” a link on their own website to a price comparison site.  A cap on payday loan costs is also being enforced.  The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), say the new rules are a win for consumers and will allow them to compare loans more easily and establish the best value. Borrowers will also be provided a clear explanation of the fees and charges, making it easier to determine the costs of missing payments.

We never advise clients’ resort to taking out payday loans, as this are an extremely costly way to borrow money.  We have identified alternatives to payday loans in another blog on this same topic.

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