Provident loans that are payday. Provident Financial: blatantly exploitative

Richard Murphy on income tax, accounting and political economy

We noted this advert when you look at the Christian Science track today, geared towards the UK market:

I have very very long hated all Provident Financial means when it comes to exploitation associated with poorest within our community. And right here they truly are, continuing to do so, profiting through the credit squeeze and abusing those must at risk of its impact.

It is a sickening indictment of our monetary services industry that this company survives, and a deep failing of a government that is labour has allow it to do then when alternatives for change have now been presented to it, by me personally and others.

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👿 Well, with a leader called – unashamedly – as Peter Crook [who appears about it all like he has had a few hot dinners, as my mum would say…] you have got to admit they are open. However if this complete lot are a number of parasites, how about the town scions on the share register [which i will be trying to obtain]? Another instance of big fleas feasting down smaller fleas. And I also bet each of them have ‘corporate responsibility’ petticoat clauses exhibited all over their internet sites. Continue reading Provident loans that are payday. Provident Financial: blatantly exploitative