Investors can expect another handsome payday soon: BHP has pledged to return roughly $10 billion to them after completing the sale of its troublesome U.S. shale assets. — Andrew Peaple, WSJ, "BHP Is Mining a Rich Seam for Now," 21 Aug. 2018 There’s problems like payday lenders and used car salesmen really actively try to rip off families around bases. — Recode Staff, Recode, "Why the Craig behind Craigslist gave big bucks to a journalism program," 15 July 2018 Critics protest that this unfairly targets minorities and the poor, but the NFFA supposedly has science on its side, courtesy of Dr. Updale (Marisa Tomei, like the poor Staten Island residents, looking for a payday, nothing more). — Bill Goodykoontz, azcentral, "'The First Purge:' Interesting ideas drown in a bloodbath," 4 July 2018 But the climate of one last run with this team was one that really only Machado, who is motivated by his switch to shortstop and the nine-figure payday awaiting him this winter, could overcome. — Jon Meoli, baltimoresun.com, "How did this happen? Orioles players examine why this season spun out of control," 24 June 2018 Some rural hospitals are being used to set up big paydays from insurance providers, raising questions about how insurance claims are reimbursed. — CBS News, "Some rural hospitals used for big insurance reimbursements -- and profit," 26 Mar. 2018 The payday for the Smokin’ Showdown appealed to Elser. — Lauren Delgado, OrlandoSentinel.com, "Celebrate all things barbecue at Sonny's Smokin' Showdown," 2 Mar. 2018 With a solid season and a big payday under his belt, the expectation rose for Snell. — Matt Velazquez, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "2017-'18 Milwaukee Bucks player grades," 7 Feb. 2018 Gruden is getting a huge payday, but so are the Raiders. — Josh Katzenstein, NOLA.com, "Saints sign former LSU safety Rickey Jefferson to reserve/future contract," 8 Jan. 2018
A recent law journal note summarized the justifications for regulating payday lending. The summary notes that while it is difficult to quantify the impact on specific consumers, there are external parties who are clearly affected by the decision of a borrower to get a payday loan. Most directly impacted are the holders of other low interest debt from the same borrower, which now is less likely to be paid off since the limited income is first used to pay the fee associated with the payday loan. The external costs of this product can be expanded to include the businesses that are not patronized by the cash-strapped payday customer to the children and family who are left with fewer resources than before the loan. The external costs alone, forced on people given no choice in the matter, may be enough justification for stronger regulation even assuming that the borrower him or herself understood the full implications of the decision to seek a payday loan.
Lenders are within their rights to file reports with the three major credit bureaus—Experian, Equifax and Transunion—if you fail to repay your loan. This negative remark will lower your credit score and may make it impossible for you to obtain short term loans or other forms of credit in the future. However, once you have repaid your debt to your lender in full, this will be reported to the credit agencies and the negative remark will be removed from your credit history.
The gang's command and control, the secretive Bain (portrayed by Digger T. Mesch, voiced by Simon Viklund), sets up Crime.net, an online service for contractors to hire criminals for jobs that they need doing. Bain arranges for the Payday Gang to relocate to Washington D.C. and helps them set up heists and jobs in the area, and connecting the gang with other contractors. The first is Vlad (Ilia Volok), a Ukrainian gangster trying to reassert his power after getting out of prison. They assist him by intimidating mall and store owners into paying him protection money, in addition to harassing his rival, Dmitri, by robbing his nightclub and stealing a tiara made for his wife. The next is Hector Morales (Gary Daniels), a Colombian drug trafficker trying to oust the rival Mendoza cartel. They start by protecting a shipment of cocaine as it is ambushed by police, then weaken the Mendozas by destroying their weapons shipments and burning their stored money at a local bank. When the surviving Mendozas try to give evidence to the FBI in exchange for passage out of the country, Hector has the gang assassinate them. Finally, there is The Elephant, (Bokeem Woodbine) a corrupt Republican politician who hires the gang to aid his party, framing a local senator by planting cocaine in his apartment, or by exposing an arms deal made by that senator.
Great Plains also allows you to set up automatic payments from your checking account to ensure that each of your payments is paid on time. With an online loan from Great Plains, there's no need to remember due dates, write checks or worry about your payment getting delivered on time by regular mail. Just think of all the money you'll save on postage! We make your loan repayment even more effortless by sending you a timely reminder e-mail before each payment comes due.
The game consists of a variety of 'heists' that a player can opt to either carry out by themselves, with the AI, or as part of a multiplayer game. There are heists such as bank robberies, drug trafficking runs, rigging an election, or stealing smuggled nuclear warheads. Some of the heists put a large emphasis on stealth, often leading to bonus experience points and money on completion.
Payday lenders have made effective use of the sovereign status of Native American reservations, often forming partnerships with members of a tribe to offer loans over the Internet which evade state law. However, the Federal Trade Commission has begun the aggressively monitor these lenders as well. While some tribal lenders are operated by Native Americans, there is also evidence many are simply a creation of so-called "rent-a-tribe" schemes, where a non-Native company sets up operations on tribal land.