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Star Tribune Tyren McGruder, a working-class single dad, has emerged from the debt trap of payday loans thanks to Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. [...]Read more Recovering payday loan borrower gives thanks for Exodus Lending
April 10, 2015
Star Tribune What appeared a likely reform of controversial payday lenders at the Minnesota Legislature fell apart at the close of 2014 session. [...]Read more St. Anthony: Payday lending has slipped off the reform radar
March 16, 2015
Clark Howard | Money in your pocket Payday lenders offer consumers an easy way to bury themselves under mounds of debt. The typical payday lender [...]Read more New Ways for Employers To Make Affordable Payday Loans to Workers
Cuyahoga Falls set to offer employees low-interest loan program, encourages other employers to follow suit
March 6, 2015
Akron Beacon Journal What: Neighborhood Housing Services of Greater Cleveland is helping employers set up programs that give workers access to [...]Read more Cuyahoga Falls set to offer employees low-interest loan program, encourages other employers to follow suit
January 18, 2015
Star Tribune St. Paul-based Sunrise Banks, which aims to make a buck doing good as it grows its consumer loan portfolio, plans to take on the [...]Read more St. Anthony: Sunrise Banks introduces alternative to payday loans
December 12, 2014
Cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio — Workplace Impact’s president, Shelly Sekki, was skeptical when a local nonprofit contacted her about offering [...]Read more Payday loan alternative gives employees access to loans as a perk: Plain Dealing
November 16, 2014
Crain’s Cleveland Business Five years ago, Ohio passed the most robust payday lending regulation in the country in response to the [...]Read more Personal View: Why is payday lending still so strong in Ohio?