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Advocates renew push for protecting troops from predatory lendersAdvocates renew push for protecting troops from predatory lenders

Advocates renew push for protecting troops from predatory lenders Some fear the 300 percent APR loan will come back for troops, families, if feds don’t resume the monitoring. By: Karen Jowers May 15

Advocates Laud New DoD Military Lending Act Rules to Protect Troops from Predatory Lending Columbus, Ohio – Today, consumer advocacy groups in Ohio applauded the Department of Defense for issuing new proposed rules to protect servicemembers and their families from predatory lending practices.

Advocates call for better enforcement of a law that protects troops from predatory lenders. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images) Advocates from six military and veterans organizations renewed their push for a key federal consumer agency to resume monitoring lenders to protect service members and their families from predatory practices.

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The payday lending industry scored a huge win when the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection. push at the federal level shows, the industry is tireless when it comes to trying to advance its interests.

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lenders may not charge more than a 36 percent annual rate on consumer loans to active-duty troops and their family members. The 2006 law sought to protect troops from predatory lenders who set up shop.

March 06, 2019 Warner, kaine join senate Dems In Calling On Trump Admin. To Shield Troops From Predatory Lenders. WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sens. Mark R. Warner and Tim Kaine (both D-VA) joined Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI) and the entire Senate Democratic Caucus in calling for the consumer financial protection bureau (CFPB) to protect U.S. military personnel and their families from predatory lenders.

The industry is once again the target of New Mexico lawmakers, as a pair of bills pending in the House and Senate call for capping interest rates at 36 percent on small loans issued by lenders not.

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Advocates renew push for protecting troops from predatory lenders Some fear the 300 percent APR loan will come back for troops, families, if feds don’t resume the monitoring. By: Karen Jowers May 15

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