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Thursday, February 14, 2008

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Lyn

I wish there were a lot less of these payday advance, title loan, and whatever else they call themselves operations. They're predators and parasites.

I think that the areas with the highest concentrations of these businesses are also poor areas. I'm positive that's the reason for their popularity in the Deep South. I was surprised that these payday loansharks are also popular in the Southwest. It's aggravating that these types of businesses that take advantage of poor people concentrate and thrive in poor areas.

I've noticed another similar problem. Many communities that host a large military base have a lot of pawn shops. Add in a large number of used car lots and a lot of adult entertainment/strip clubs and you have a whole little world off base ready to just suck the money out of the young enlisted servicemembers wallets.

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People preyed for a solution to their debt, and payday loans came along. Remember the story about the guy who was stuck on his house in a flood? A guy came along in a boat and asked him if he would like a ride, and he said that God was going to save him. Then a helicopter came along, and he said no thanks, God was going to save him. Someone else comes along and he denies their help too, and dies. Then he asks God, "Why didn't you save me?" God says, "I sent three people!" Why are we complaining about the help that God has sent?

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This subject IS very ironic. But it seems that Payday loan centers are coming under more and more scrutiny. Let's hope so.

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People preyed for a solution to their debt, and payday loans came along. Remember the story about the guy who was stuck on his house in a flood?
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