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payday lender

n
(Banking & Finance) a person or group that offers short-term loans, in advance of payday, at high rates of interest
payday lending n
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The move is a major win for the payday lending industry, which argued the government's regulations could kill off a large chunk of its business.
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As CFPB Acting Director Mick Mulvaney prepares to speak at CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference this week, the director's battle with Senate Democrats has escalated, as Mulvaney last week blasted Sen, Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) for questioning his motives in reconsidering payday lending rules.
Mulvaney has received (https://www.followthemoney.org/show-me?c-t-eid=6670008&d-cci=148#[%7B1%7Cgro=y) $57,100 in campaign contributions from the payday lending industry over the course of his political career, according to the National Institute on Money in State Politics.
(15) And when other states failed to enact substantial legislation to reform payday lending, municipalities around the nation stepped up to enact ordinances of their own that limit expansion of these lenders into their borders.