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Thu, 26 May 2016 12:15:53 GMT

WCTV

Police say woman stole $98K from Lake City man's account
WCTV
Lake City police said in a news release that Washington began fraudulently cashing checks from the retirement account of the victim in August 2015, cashing five checks totaling more than $98,000 over a two-month period. Relatives of the man say ...

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Thu, 26 May 2016 11:46:41 GMT

Police say woman stole $98K from Florida man's account
Naples Daily News
Lake City police said in a news release that Washington began fraudulently cashing checks from the retirement account of the victim in August 2015, cashing five checks totaling more than $98,000 over a two-month period. Relatives of the man say ...

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Thu, 26 May 2016 11:16:19 GMT

Police say woman stole $98K from Florida man's account
The Baytown Sun
Lake City police said in a news release that Washington began fraudulently cashing checks from the retirement account of the victim in August 2015, cashing five checks totaling more than $98,000 over a two-month period. Relatives of the man say ...

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Tue, 17 May 2016 14:19:21 GMT

Manappuram Finance plans co-branded debit card to expand gold loan business
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: Kerala-based non banking finance company Manappuram Finance plans to launch co-branded debit card to offer gold loans to customers without bank account.. The company is in talks with a few banks to launch the co-branded cards scheme, ...

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Tue, 17 May 2016 18:57:33 GMT

Credit.com News (blog)

Credit Card Debt vs. Installment Loans: Which to Pay Down First?
NerdWallet (blog)
If you want to pay down your debt, you are most likely researching ways to do just that. A common question that comes to mind is which should be paid down first, your credit card debt or installment loans, which include mortgages, car loans and student ...
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Wed, 27 Apr 2016 09:30:23 GMT

Wall Street Journal

Laid-Off Oil Workers Struggle to Pay Loans, Credit Cards
Wall Street Journal
Car loans and credit cards have been affected the most, and there are some early signs of delinquency-rate increases in borrowers who can't make mortgage payments. Moody's Investors Service said the share of borrowers in oil-focused areas falling 30 ...