Credit sharks trap the poorest in cost-of-living crisis

“They borrow money to cover day-to-day living expenses like gas or electricity bills, little things like a baby carriage, and then they are exploited by those people who try to extort as much money from them as they can get from them. , offering arbitrary terms, a near-total lack of paperwork, and an extortionate repayment rate.”

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