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CashAdvanceOnline.net has created a new series of articles. Alabama, Alaska and California payday loan laws feature in the new series, with all other "payday loan friendly" states to follow.
MIAMI, October 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
CashAdvanceOnline.net has announced the publication of a new series of articles on the site. Each of the U.S. states that allows payday loans will form part of the series. The articles are being written and published in alphabetical order. Some of the article feature video summaries and others feature infographics that provide attractive visual guides for the articles.
Currently, the site has guides for the U.S. states of Alabama, Alaska and California. Each of these states permits payday loans and cash advances but there are differing lending rules and regulations for each. The site hopes that by developing a comprehensive compendium of guides for all states, consumers will be better informed about the limits of what lenders can charge regarding interest rates and finance costs. The site also hopes that consumers will approach the site to read the free guides before accepting a loan from a lender, to ensure that they are borrowing from one that follows the laws laid down in their state.
The site felt motivated to begin the series in order to provide a full database of the laws and regulations of payday loans from a consumer focused side. It believes that it is the first cash advance comparison site to offer this for free and hopes that it will prove to be a popular and useful addition to its site.
A spokesperson for CashAdvanceOnline.net made the announcement in the following statement that was released to the press.
"We are very excited to offer a new aspect to our website and have embarked upon a catalogue of articles that detail the varying payday loan laws within the many states that permit payday loans. We have produced corresponding videos and infographics for the series and look forward to adding to them in the coming weeks and months for all states. Currently, consumers living in Alaska, Alabama and California can visit the site to read state-specific information about the regulatory status of cash advance loans within their state. Regulatory contact information is also provided if a consumer needs to report a lender to their state's authorities for non-compliance of laws."
Read the articles at: http://www.CashAdvanceOnline.net
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