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Facebook improves WhatsApp Business | PYMNTS.com

Facebook is expanding the capabilities of its WhatsApp Business messaging app, which the company says now has around 50 million users. The company stated in its announcement new features it brings changes because “people need easy ways to get in touch with businesses to ask questions, get information or find …

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Elevate Credit’s Fourth Quarter and Fiscal 2020 Results Release Available on Its Investor Relations Website

FORT WORTH, Texas – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Elevate Credit, Inc. (“Elevate”), a leading technology provider of innovative and responsible online lending solutions for unprivileged consumers, today announced its financial results for the fourth quarter and l year 2020. Elevate posted its post on its Investor Relations webpage at http://investors.elevate.com/press-releases. Conference …

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The government is finally cracking down on legal usurers

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, at a field hearing yesterday in Richmond, Virginia, explained how to deal with one of the nation’s most abusive industries: predatory consumer credit. The transformation is still in its early stages. CFPB described it as the announcement of a review of a proposal for payday, …

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Employers begin to embrace early access to wages

There is a new standard in the world of work: a young generation of professionals who value flexibility and technology. Giving birth to the odd-job economy and a new face of self-employment, these professionals are also changing the way employers work, including the way they pay these workers. In the …

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Solon wants more access to credit for small borrowers

Albay Representative Joey Salceda (File photo) MANILA – A House of Representatives lawmaker lobbied on Wednesday for small borrowers, such as microenterprises and farmers, to have access to more formal bank financing, making lending standards fairer and more inclusive. In filing Bill 7863, Albay Representative Joey Salceda said alternative credit …

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A way out of debt through Iraq

“My background in finance was very poor,” she said. “I didn’t expect my sons to make better decisions without finding out for themselves. My training was, you don’t buy things you can’t afford. But we’re trained by the media that you have to have things and you owe those things. …

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