Bob Plain is the editor/publisher of Rhode Island's Future. Previously, he's worked as a reporter for several different news organizations both in Rhode Island and across the country.

One response to “Payday Loans, Poverty on Tap Today at State House”

  1. Gwen

    I agree that it’s necessary to take control over payday loan lenders because many of them are scammers and just want to get consumers in a debt circle. They say they charge one interest rate and have rights to provide lending services but indeed they charge hidden fees and make loan repayment really complicated and even impossible in some occasions. Also I think that payday cash loans should not be so easy to get approved for. In case a person has a bad credit and low income then probably he/she will have problems with a loan repayment. I am sure that loans till payday can help only those people who use them for a reason, understand the responsibility of making financial commitments and pay off debts in time.

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