While most of us think of payday lenders as small-time storefront operations, there is also a complicated web of interconnected payday businesses operating outside the U.S. borders, but illegally issuing costly short-term loans to American borrowers. A newly filed lawsuit hopes to put an end to one such network. Read More >
This story isn’t about cars, it’s about Detroit. One of the nice things about writing for this site is the freedom we have to explore topics not specifically about automobiles. Read More >
Automakers have collectively spent tens of billions of dollars trying to concoct Read More >
schemes sales campaigns that make consumers perpetual debtors instead of long-terms owners.
Uber is once again under fire for its system of vetting drivers after the city of Dallas claims that an Uber driver accused of raping a passenger was operating on a bogus permit and should never have made it through the company’s screening process. Read More >
Michael Jackson was broke as a joke when he died … so the IRS tax attack is showing a glaring ignorance … so claim the people who run the MJ Estate. Read More >