in a suit filed that claims they knowingly make loans to borrowers who can’t afford to repay them wednesday.
Businesses violate legislation, plaintiffs state
A South Carolina couple is suing five payday lenders, including the industry leader, saying the companies knowingly make loans to borrowers who can’t afford to repay them with the help of two state lawmakers.
State Sens. John Hawkins, R-Spartanburg, and Vince Sheheen, D-Camden, both solicitors, filed the suit along with Charleston attorneys Alan Sloan and Joseph Wilson with respect to Mark and Rebecca Morgan. Continue reading Spartanburg-based Advance America, the payday lender that is biggest in the united kingdom, is certainly one of five loan providers called