Some quick links to start your Friday. File this under it could always be worse … Could marketplace and peer-to-peer lending replace title loans? … The poverty rate and median household income remained virtually the same in 2014 as it was in 2013 … The one question that can transform your business … The Fed opted not to raise interest rates yesterday. What happens now? … Are you ready to start using new debit and credit card technology? … Workplace fatalities are at their highest point in seven years … The CFPB is likely overestimating the amount of discrimination that exists in indirect auto lending.
- Faster payments are a good thing for businesses, who get their money from customers sooner. But it also means that fraudsters get scammed money faster, too. And it can be harder to get that money back, according to an associate director of the National Consumer Law Center. The current best practices in fraud detection rely too much on banks and Dell Latitude E6430 AC Adapter payment processors to notice issues.
- A lawyer offers his thoughts and perspective about the trend of consumers using crowdfunding to wipe out their debts.
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