This is good for consumers, as the expensive loans that preyed on low-income families are now obsolete

This is good for consumers, as the expensive loans that preyed on low-income families are now obsolete Good question and the answer is: it depends. There are some companies who claim to give anticipation loans without a credit check (like Jackson Hewitt, for example) others will require credit checks and some may charge higher fees… Continue reading This is good for consumers, as the expensive loans that preyed on low-income families are now obsolete