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Help Rein in 400% APR Payday Loans
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has a chance to stop harmful payday loans and encourage safe, affordable lending. Without your help, the agency could miss this historic opportunity—its current proposal would allow loans with 400 percent APR to proliferate. Tell the CFPB we deserve better.

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CFPB Payday Loan Plan, Explained
How will the CFPB's proposed plan affect payday lenders and consumers? What does it include, and what does it leave out? Explore a new analysis for answers—plus our recommendations on how to make payday loans safe and affordable.

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How Do Americans Feel About Payday Lending?
Just 1 in 10 Americans has a positive view of payday lenders, according to a 2015 Pew poll. As the CFPB gets closer to finalizing its payday lending rule, see full poll results, plus the current landscape, proposed alternatives, and more.

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The Herald
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