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Payday, or deferred presentment, loans are small-dollar credit products that are secured by a claim to the borrower’s bank account with a post-dated check or electronic debit authorization, and are due in full on the borrower’s next payday. Consumers can obtain payday loans at more than 20,000 storefronts and websites. The loans can be a controversial form of credit because of concerns over their interest rates and whether borrowers are able to repay the loans on time. This webinar will examine payday loan borrower motivations and demographics, as well as how state regulation affects payday loan usage, and will feature the findings from a report by The Pew Charitable Trusts.
- Heather Morton, program principal, Fiscal Affairs Program, NCSL
- Nick Bourke, director, Pew Safe Small-Dollar Loans Research Project | PowerPoint Presentation
- Jamie Fulmer, Community Financial Services Association of America | PowerPoint Presentation
- Ronald Mann, Albert E. Cinelli Enterprise Professor of Law, co-director, Charles E. Gerber Prog. in Transactional Studies, Columbia Law School, New York | PowerPoint Presentation
- Diane Standaert, legislative counsel, Center for Responsible Lending | PowerPoint Presentation
This webinar is a made possible through the generous support of the Pew Charitable Trusts, based in Washington, D.C.
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