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Indiana Bill To Raise Interest Rates on PDL

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A legislator promoting the bill says that there's no need for concern, it won't let banks do anything that street corner loan sharks don't already do, or something like that.

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Would this result in more victims, or fewer people who are underserved?  

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10 hours ago, mk_378 said:

A triple digit APR means you've been, at the least, underserved.

It takes extraordinary measures to serve people who don't pay their bills.

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17 hours ago, Sidewinder said:

The only Indiana post office I've ever used is the one in Fremont (46737).  I mailed my JCPenney card payment from there.

That's barely in Indiana. Were you at the truck stop just off the Indiana Toll Road and I-69?

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6 hours ago, IndyPoolPlayer said:

That's barely in Indiana. Were you at the truck stop just off the Indiana Toll Road and I-69?

I had just stayed at the Holiday Inn, see.  Was driving from Minneapolis to Boston for Thanksgiving and Indiana wasn't yet on my List of States I've Sent Mail From.

 

 

 

 

 

(Now, however, 'tis.  Thirty-two to go. )

 

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