Investor – Kat Masters http://katmasters.com/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 00:38:54 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://katmasters.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2021-06-25T173039.237-150x150.png Investor – Kat Masters http://katmasters.com/ 32 32 Pricing transparency can end the crushing burden of medical debt – InsideSources https://katmasters.com/pricing-transparency-can-end-the-crushing-burden-of-medical-debt-insidesources/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 00:38:54 +0000 https://katmasters.com/pricing-transparency-can-end-the-crushing-burden-of-medical-debt-insidesources/ The Kaiser Family Foundation has published a new analysis recently concluded that a staggering 100 million Americans have medical debt, or 41% of the nation’s adult population. This crushing debt burden exceeds previous estimates because it includes medical liabilities held through informal loans and credit cards that do not appear in other analyses. This statement […]]]>

The Kaiser Family Foundation has published a new analysis recently concluded that a staggering 100 million Americans have medical debt, or 41% of the nation’s adult population. This crushing debt burden exceeds previous estimates because it includes medical liabilities held through informal loans and credit cards that do not appear in other analyses.

This statement shocks the conscience whatever your political position. This is perhaps the best evidence of America’s predatory health care system and the need for immediate reform to help ordinary families avoid financial ruin. This indebtedness is particularly heavy in times of historic inflation when real wages and the standard of living decline.

Some policymakers point to the widespread financial devastation of health care overload to call for the socialization of health care in a Medicare for All system. Yet there is a much simpler solution to protecting patients against medical debt while expanding access, choice and competition: healthcare price transparency.

Real upfront prices allow consumers of health care, including patients, employers and unions, to avoid predatory pricing for the more than 90 percent health expenditures that are not intended for emergencies. Accurate pricing allows patients to choose quality and less expensive hospitals and health insurers, to have recourse in the event of over-billing, and to have the peace of mind that their care will not lead to personal bankruptcy.

Under the opaque health care status quo, hospitals and health insurers are blinding patients to prices, then blinding them with huge bills they would often never have accepted in the mail for weeks and months. after care. As a result of this dynamic, the costs of care and coverage have exploded, increasing to more than twice the inflation rate. Hospitals now charge on average Seven times their childcare costs.

Average annual premiums for employer-sponsored family health insurance are $22,221 per year, excluding deductibles. This health care overload suppresses employee salaries.

Imagine the outrage if another business, from your neighborhood dry cleaner to your auto mechanic, engaged in such egregious billing practices. Vanderbilt University health economist Larry Van Horn notes, “Even in the darker corners of the market, like payday loans, we don’t require consumers to pay indiscernible prices at ‘advance.

There’s a reason the only industry causing routine financial havoc is also the only one with hidden prices.

When the prices are known, the overcharges, overpricings, billing frauds and debts they cause will come to an end. Hospitals and health insurers that engage in such practices will be bypassed in favor of those that provide quality care at fair prices. Consumers can compare their employer’s plans to alternatives and dismiss outrageous negotiated rates. Competition will reverse exorbitant costs and make prices affordable, as it does in almost every other economic sector.

This pro-consumer, transparent pricing healthcare revolution has already begun. As of January 1, 2021, price transparency for federal hospitals to reign went into effect, requiring hospitals to post their discounted cash prices and all negotiated rates by insurance plan. As of July 1, transparency of health insurance prices to reign comes into force requiring insurers to publish their historical claims data and secretly negotiated rates so that consumers can access actual and up-front prices wherever they receive care.

Unfortunately, the hospital’s rule has been marred by widespread non-compliance. According to a recent study by PatientRightsAdvocate.org, only 14.3% of hospitals in the country follow it. Hospitals deliberately break the law to maintain profit by keeping consumers in the dark. Fortunately, the Department of Health and Social Services has finally started impose fines on non-compliant hospitals a year and a half after the rule takes effect. Rigorous enforcement of this rule and the insurance order can make this consumer-friendly vision and price transparency a reality.

When all the prices for health care and coverage are known, patients and employers will not tolerate paying 10 times more for the same care as the person in the bed next to them. An active and competitive healthcare marketplace will emerge, based on choice and financial certainty. Patients can proactively avoid most cases of medical debt and take control of their health and wealth, ending this national embarrassment.

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Amigo: this fintech is ready https://katmasters.com/amigo-this-fintech-is-ready/ Sun, 26 Jun 2022 19:43:46 +0000 https://katmasters.com/amigo-this-fintech-is-ready/ Founded in 2005, Amigo Holdings PLC (LSE: AMGO, Financial) is a fintech specializing in guarantor loans. These are the types of loans given to someone with bad credit who can call on a trusted friend or family member to back it up. Amigo has secured 80% of the UK collateral loan market. The company went […]]]>

Founded in 2005, Amigo Holdings PLC (LSE: AMGO, Financial) is a fintech specializing in guarantor loans. These are the types of loans given to someone with bad credit who can call on a trusted friend or family member to back it up.

Amigo has secured 80% of the UK collateral loan market. The company went public in 2018 on the London Stock Exchange at a valuation of 1.3 billion pounds ($1.6 billion). However, in November 2020 the business model was halted by regulators over a number of concerns and the company faced bankruptcy.

As a result, the share price has fallen more than 98% since 2019. However, a high court approved its new business model in May, so it should be able to continue operations very soon (subject to the regulatory approval). The stock jumped 15% in the past 48 hours on the news.

Let’s dive into the story so far, looking at financials and valuation to see if this damn stock is about to rebound.

The bad – discontinued business model

Amigo is the UK’s largest guarantor loan company. The idea is to offer loans of up to 10,000 pounds ($12,300) to people who are excluded from the financial system and cannot borrow due to a bad credit history. They can do this by asking a friend or family member to guarantee the loan. Their loans are classified as “mid-cost” loans with an annual percentage rate of 49.9% and no additional fees. That’s significantly higher than traditional banks, but cheaper than payday loans. However, in July 2020, Amigo received a series of complaints about the lack of accessibility controls and had to pay around £35m to fix them. Its activity was interrupted in November 2020 and the company was on the verge of bankruptcy.

The voucher – approval

In May, a high court approved the company’s new business model. As such, Amigo should be able to continue operations very soon if the Financial Conduct Authority also approves it.

Under the new scheme, Amigo’s total net new loans cannot exceed £35m and it must have at least £112m in the scheme. The idea is to make the new loans more user-friendly with interest-free annual payment holidays offered and methods for customers to lower monthly payments.

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Source: Amigo presentation.

The villain – shareholder dilution

If the FCA approves the program, then the company will have to raise more money from investors. Amgo will need £15m raised from investors and £97m from its strong internal cash balance of £110m in unrestricted cash. By raising capital, the company will issue 19 new shares for every existing share, which will result in great dilution for existing shareholders. As a fallback, the company will end the business in bankruptcy.

Fragile finances

At the end of December 2021, the company announced a strong unrestricted cash position of over £110 million excluding debt. Amigo has a net loan book of £180.7m, down 56.2% year-on-year. The number of its customers in arrears (struggling to repay their loans) increased its impairment coverage ratio to 22.4% from 18% in the third quarter of 2021. It has a large provision for claims of 347.5 million pounds. Amigo’s pre-tax profit was £1.6 million, compared to a huge loss of £81.3 million in the third quarter. Positive profitability is a good sign because the company is ruthlessly cutting costs.

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Evaluation

In terms of valuation, the stock has a market cap of just £25m, making it truly a small cap stock. However, the £110m of unrestricted net cash means it is in a strong cash position. If we exclude the £97m for the new regime, we are left with £13m, which means the company is currently trading at around twice its future cash position. But remember that this doesn’t take into account future dilution, which could skew the numbers even further.

The company is trading at a price-to-sales ratio of 0.21, which is well below historical levels of 6.

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The GF value line indicates that the stock is slightly undervalued relative to historical multiples, past financial performance and future earnings projections.

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Final Thoughts

Amigo is a battered and bloody fintech, which recently received a silver lining after the positive ruling. Its brand and in-house office team seem to have a fun, friendly “borrow from your Amigo” style, but the current situation is still shaky.

The company’s new regimen awaits regulatory approval, after which it should be ready to bounce back. The future shareholder dilution adds another element of danger to the investment and makes it difficult to value. So, I think the stock is likely to bounce back, but an investment today would definitely be a speculative bet and it would be one of those trades where I assume any investment has the ability to go zero. Thus, an assessment of the risk-reward ratio must be made.

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Survey finds 81% of hourly workers cut back due to high gas prices [Video] https://katmasters.com/survey-finds-81-of-hourly-workers-cut-back-due-to-high-gas-prices-video/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 17:29:42 +0000 https://katmasters.com/survey-finds-81-of-hourly-workers-cut-back-due-to-high-gas-prices-video/ The effects of inflation and high gas prices are hitting hourly workers hard, according to a new survey. Eighty-one percent of these workers report that rising gas costs have reduced their ability to pay for other things. Seventy-seven percent say financial stress is impacting their health – and 22% say they are turning to payday […]]]>

The effects of inflation and high gas prices are hitting hourly workers hard, according to a new survey.

Eighty-one percent of these workers report that rising gas costs have reduced their ability to pay for other things. Seventy-seven percent say financial stress is impacting their health – and 22% say they are turning to payday loans this year to fill the gaps.

These are “really striking findings,” said Emerson Sprick, a political analyst at the Bipartisan Center who helped oversee the investigation. during a Yahoo Finance Live interview on Thursday. He added that gas prices “force people to make real trade-offs on what they spend, between gas and groceries, between auto repair and health care.”

The most recent data from the American Automobile Association finds prices just below $5 a gallon Across the United States Survey respondents report that the overall inflationary environment has led to difficulty paying a wide range of daily expenses like groceries, gas, utilities and rent.

SCITUATE, MA – JUNE 13: Gasoline prices soar well over $5.00 per gallon at a Sunoco station on June 13, 2022 in Scituate, Massachusetts. (Photo by Matt Stone/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald via Getty Images)

Data comes from a new Harris poll released this week commissioned by DailyPay and Funding Our Future, an alliance of organizations dedicated to making possible a secure retirement for all Americans, partner of Yahoo Finance. This survey was conducted in May among 2,032 American adults, 654 of whom said they were hourly workers.

The results show how the recent economic downturn has exacerbated the financial fragility long felt by many Americans. An oft-cited 2018 study of the Federal Reserve found that 40% of adults, “if faced with an unexpected expense of $400, would not be able to cover it or would cover it by selling something or borrowing money”. More recent research found that a third of working adults worry about their ability to pay for a financial curve such as car repairs.

Meanwhile, in May, the US savings rate hit its lowest level since 2008drying up as inflation outpaces wage increases.

This week’s survey also shows greater challenges to saving for the future. Four in 10 hourly workers with household incomes under $100,000 say they save less than a year ago or not at all. And 39% of all women on an hourly wage say they save less than last year.

“Women bear the brunt of many of these labor market dynamics,” says Sprick. “They’re forced to balance work and other chores in a way that, on the whole, men just aren’t.”

Make ends meet

The survey also offers clues about where many of the poorest Americans turn to make ends meet. Twenty-two percent of hourly workers say they have taken out a payday loan this year, a figure that jumps to almost a third when looking only at 18-34 year olds.

Survey organizers say employers can do more to offer benefits like pay-as-you-go to help their workers avoid payday loans, which can charge exorbitant interest rates and have consequences long-term detrimental to a family’s financial health.

“To dispel a fairly common misconception, it’s not about paying people upfront,” Sprick notes. “It’s just about paying people in a timely manner, making sure people have access to their salary as they earn it.”

DailyPay, one of the organizers of the survey, offers employers on-demand payment products.

Washington lawmakers are also trying to push forward ideas to help Americans put money aside in an emergency savings account. However, these provisions are still being negotiated and their effects are unlikely to be felt until 2023 at the earliest.

Ben Werschkul is a writer and producer for Yahoo Finance in Washington, DC.

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Predatory lenders make money from rising gas and food prices https://katmasters.com/predatory-lenders-make-money-from-rising-gas-and-food-prices/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 15:59:00 +0000 https://katmasters.com/predatory-lenders-make-money-from-rising-gas-and-food-prices/ Most want to avoid payday loans, which offer quick cash against future paychecks without a credit check and come with an interest rate of over 500%. But rapidly rising prices for food, fuel and rent leave them with few options. To payday lenders, Nevertheless, they announce happy days and good times to come. “Low unemployment […]]]>

Most want to avoid payday loans, which offer quick cash against future paychecks without a credit check and come with an interest rate of over 500%. But rapidly rising prices for food, fuel and rent leave them with few options.

To payday lenders, Nevertheless, they announce happy days and good times to come.

“Low unemployment and inflation generally mean that consumers may need loans to obtain additional capital to manage unexpected spikes and expenses while earning money to repay those loans,” David said. Fisher, CEO of the short-term subprime lender. Enova (ENV) said in an earnings call in May. The company, an online-only lender, beat quarterly profit estimates by 7.7%.

Enova declined to comment for this story.

Given the economic dynamics at play, Fisher said his company “significantly leaned into demand through our marketing efforts” and spent more to attract new customers. It paid off. About 44% of all loans went to new customers in the last quarter, he said.

This surge in new borrowers came as U.S. consumer inflation hit its highest level in more than four decades and Americans struggled to put food on their tables and gasoline in their tanks.

Work to get to work

The national average for a gallon of gas is just under $5, up 61% from last year. The jump comes as many employers require workers to return to work in person. The federal minimum wage, meanwhile, still sits at $7.25 an hour, where it has been since 2009. Low-wage workers must work for about 14 hours to fill their reservoir.
About two-thirds of Americans now live paycheck to paycheck, according to a June LendingClub survey. This figure jumps to 82% among workers earning less than $50,000.
The average credit score of low-income people in the United States is also falling, according to data from LendingClub. About 40% of Americans earning less than $50,000 and living paycheck to paycheck have a subprime credit score below 650, which prevents them from getting a loan from a traditional lending institution. or qualify for additional credits. credit. The average credit score in the United States is 714, according to Experian.

For these Americans, high interest payday loans are still readily available. These small loans, usually between $100 and $1,000, are available in more than half of lightly regulated US states. Proof of income and a bank account are all most borrowers need to walk out with cash in hand.

Current data that tracks the number of payday loans has yet to be released, but based on past trends, there’s likely an increase in borrowing, said Alex Horowitz, senior consumer finance project manager. from Pew. “Our survey data shows that approximately 70% of payday loan borrowers use the loan primarily for day-to-day expenses and to meet increased or volatile expenses.”

The debt trap

These loans are often incredibly expensive, but borrowers either don’t have the financial knowledge to research alternatives or don’t think they have any other option. There is currently no federal cap on maximum interest rates for small loans. Not all states allow them, and it is up to those states to decide if they will implement their own caps.

In the 32 US states that allow payday loans, average annual interest rates range from 200% in Minnesota to 664% in Texas.
Borrowers often cannot repay the full loan amount when due, usually in two to four weeks, leading them to take out a second loan with additional fees. This creates a cycle of indebtedness that is difficult to break. Nearly 1 in 4 payday loan recipients take out additional loans nine or more times, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found.
Studies show that black and Latino communities are disproportionately targeted by high-cost loan providers. In Michigan, where the average payday loan interest rate is 370%, there are 7.6 payday stores per 100,000 people in areas with more than a quarter of the population black and of Latinos. That’s about 50% more than in other areas, according to data provided by the Center for Responsible Lending.

Companies that offer high-cost loans say they are providing a needed service to low-income communities by providing loans to Americans that traditional banks refuse to serve. They claim that high interest rates are necessary because of the high risk of default. But consumer advocates say it’s a false narrative.

Seven major U.S. banks, including Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Truist, have created programs that offer small-dollar borrowing options with low annual interest rates, Horowitz said. They plan to look at bank history — not credit scores — to determine who qualifies for loans.

“There are 18 states and the District of Columbia that have banned payday loans and have survived very well without these predatory loan products,” said Nadine Chabrier, senior policy adviser at the Center for Responsible Lending. “There are fair and responsible loan products that have low interest rates and fees that are available for people to use.”

Shortly after the Covid-19 pandemic hit the United States, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau repealed significant parts of a 2017 rule that required lenders to assess consumers’ ability to repay their loans. The rule, they said, would have wiped out much of the money they make from borrowers who default on their loans. By repealing parts of the rule, the CFPB said it would ensure “the continued availability of low-cost loan products for consumers who demand them.”

In a blog post, former CFPB director Dave Ueijo expressed concern about the rule changes, saying he had issues with “any lender’s business model that relies on the inability of consumers to repay their loans.

Buy now pay later

Proponents are also concerned about new forms of lending that have emerged in recent years that are generally far less regulated than even payday loans.

According to the Center for Responsible Lending, Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) companies have seen their total market share increase by 200-350% over the past two years. Now, companies like Klarna and Zip are teaming up with Chevron and Texaco to let Americans fill their tanks now and pay in installments over six weeks.

BNPL clients tend to be Millennials and Gen Zers and two-thirds of applicants are subprime borrowers, according to research by Harvard Kennedy School researcher Marshall Lux.

These companies do not present themselves as lenders. BNPL is not credit but debit, with refunds taken automatically from customers’ bank accounts and without interest or charges.

In California, 91% of consumer loans issued in 2020 were BNPL loans, and 24% of financially vulnerable BNPL recipients report difficulty making payments.

BNPL’s lenders are not required by law to determine a borrower’s ability to repay their loans. There are no regulations regarding the disclosure of late payment fees, account reactivation or rejected payments.

“If people are using a credit product like this for their basic needs, I’m worried,” Chabrier said. She is concerned that BNPL clients may open several loans at once, they might lose track or have trouble repaying them all.

“A lot of people use buy now and pay later to stack their purchases from multiple vendors,” Chabrier said. “Because of the lack of subscription and whether or not they can afford these items, it becomes really unaffordable for them.”

Klarna caps late fees at 25% of the purchase amount, a far cry from the 400% interest rates charged by payday lenders, but Chabrier sees this as a lesser symptom of a larger problem.

“They’re continuing this process of extracting money from low-income people,” she said. “If people have less purchasing power with their salary, it will only get worse.”

Back in Mississippi, which has the highest poverty rate in the nation, Jones struggled to keep distressed callers out of the hands of loan sharks and into financial education programs sponsored by local banks. But it’s hard to work against so many payday lenders with huge advertising budgets, she said. The state has the highest concentration of payday lenders per capita in the nation, mostly in low-income areas or in communities of color.

Payday lenders are so prevalent in Mississippi, Jones said, that they outnumber McDonald’s restaurants by more than 5 times.

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Predatory lenders make money from rising gas and food prices – KION546 https://katmasters.com/predatory-lenders-make-money-from-rising-gas-and-food-prices-kion546/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 17:53:27 +0000 https://katmasters.com/predatory-lenders-make-money-from-rising-gas-and-food-prices-kion546/ By Nicole Goodkind, CNN Business Over the past few months, Yumekia Jones, a legal assistant in the Indianola office of the Mississippi Center for Justice, has received an unusually high number of calls — a peak of around 400% — from people in dire need of financial assistance. immediate. Most want to avoid payday loans, […]]]>

By Nicole Goodkind, CNN Business

Over the past few months, Yumekia Jones, a legal assistant in the Indianola office of the Mississippi Center for Justice, has received an unusually high number of calls — a peak of around 400% — from people in dire need of financial assistance. immediate.

Most want to avoid payday loans, which offer quick cash against future paychecks without a credit check and come with an interest rate of over 500%. But rapidly rising prices for food, fuel and rent leave them with few options.

Inflation rates are at their highest level in 40 years and unemployment is near a half-century low. For most economists, these two realities spell out significant economic hardship.

To predatory payday lenders, Nevertheless, they announce happy days and good times to come.

“Low unemployment and inflation generally mean that consumers may need loans for additional capital to manage unexpected spikes and expenses while earning money to repay those loans,” said David Fisher, CEO of short-term subprime lender Enova during a May earnings call. The company beat quarterly earnings estimates by 7.7%.

Given the economic dynamics at play, Fisher said his company had “significantly leaned into demand with our marketing efforts” and spent more to attract new customers. It paid off. About 44% of all loans went to new customers in the last quarter, he said.

This surge in new borrowers came as U.S. consumer inflation hit its highest level in more than four decades and Americans struggled to put food on their tables and gasoline in their tanks.

Work to get to work

The national average for a gallon of gas is just under $5, up 61% from last year. The jump comes as many employers require workers to return to work in person. The federal minimum wage, meanwhile, still sits at $7.25 an hour, where it has been since 2009. Low-wage workers must work for about 14 hours to fill their reservoir.

About two-thirds of Americans now live paycheck to paycheck, according to a June LendingClub survey. This figure jumps to 82% among workers earning less than $50,000.

The average credit score of low-income people in the United States is also falling, according to data from LendingClub. About 40% of Americans earning less than $50,000 and living paycheck to paycheck have a subprime credit score below 650, which prevents them from getting a loan from a traditional lending institution. or qualify for additional credits. credit. The average credit score in the United States is 714, according to Experian.

For these Americans, high interest payday loans are still readily available. These small loans, usually between $100 and $1,000, are available in more than half of lightly regulated US states. Proof of income and a bank account are all most borrowers need to walk out with cash in hand.

Current data that tracks the number of payday loans has yet to be released, but based on past trends, there’s likely an increase in borrowing, said Alex Horowitz, senior consumer finance project manager. from Pew. “Our survey data shows that approximately 70% of payday loan borrowers use the loan primarily for day-to-day expenses and to meet increased or volatile expenses.”

The debt trap

These loans are often incredibly expensive, but borrowers either don’t have the financial knowledge to research alternatives or don’t think they have any other option. There is currently no federal cap on maximum interest rates for small loans. Not all states allow them, and it is up to those states to decide if they will implement their own caps.

In the 32 US states that allow payday loans, average annual interest rates range from 200% in Minnesota to 664% in Texas.

Borrowers often cannot repay the full loan amount when due, usually in two to four weeks, leading them to take out a second loan with additional fees. This creates a cycle of indebtedness that is difficult to break. Nearly 1 in 4 payday loan recipients take out additional loans nine or more times, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found.

Studies show that black and Latino communities are disproportionately targeted by high-cost loan providers. In Michigan, where the average payday loan interest rate is 370%, there are 7.6 payday stores per 100,000 people in areas with more than a quarter of the population black and of Latinos. That’s about 50% more than in other areas, according to data provided by the Center for Responsible Lending.

Companies that offer high-cost loans say they are providing a needed service to low-income communities by providing loans to Americans that traditional banks refuse to serve. They claim that high interest rates are necessary because of the high risk of default. But consumer advocates say it’s a false narrative.

Seven major U.S. banks, including Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Truist, have created programs that offer small-dollar borrowing options with low annual interest rates, Horowitz said. They plan to look at bank history — not credit scores — to determine who qualifies for loans.

“There are 18 states and the District of Columbia that have banned payday loans and have survived very well without these predatory loan products,” said Nadine Chabrier, senior policy adviser at the Center for Responsible Lending. “There are fair and responsible loan products that have low interest rates and fees that are available for people to use.”

Shortly after the Covid-19 pandemic hit the United States, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau repealed significant parts of a 2017 rule that required lenders to assess consumers’ ability to repay their loans. The rule, they said, would have wiped out much of the money they make from borrowers who default on their loans. By repealing parts of the rule, the CFPB said it would ensure “the continued availability of low-cost loan products for consumers who demand them.”

In a blog post, former CFPB director Dave Ueijo expressed concern about the rule changes, saying he had issues with “any lender’s business model that relies on the inability of consumers to repay their loans.

Buy now pay later

Proponents are also concerned about new forms of lending that have emerged in recent years that are generally far less regulated than even payday loans.

According to the Center for Responsible Lending, Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) companies have seen their total market share increase by 200-350% over the past two years. Now, companies like Klarna and Zip are teaming up with Chevron and Texaco to let Americans fill their tanks now and pay in installments over six weeks.

BNPL clients tend to be Millennials and Gen Zers and two-thirds of applicants are subprime borrowers, according to research by Harvard Kennedy School researcher Marshall Lux.

These companies do not present themselves as lenders. BNPL is not credit but debit, with refunds taken automatically from customers’ bank accounts and without interest or charges.

In California, 91% of consumer loans issued in 2020 were BNPL loans, and 24% of financially vulnerable BNPL recipients report difficulty making payments.

BNPL’s lenders are not required by law to determine a borrower’s ability to repay their loans. There are no regulations regarding the disclosure of late payment fees, account reactivation or rejected payments.

“If people are using a credit product like this for their basic needs, I’m worried,” Chabrier said. She is concerned that BNPL clients may open several loans at once, they might lose track or have trouble repaying them all.

“A lot of people use buy now and pay later to stack their purchases from multiple vendors,” Chabrier said. “Because of the lack of subscription and whether or not they can afford these items, it becomes really unaffordable for them.”

Klarna caps late fees at 25% of the purchase amount, a far cry from the 400% interest rates charged by payday lenders, but Chabrier sees this as a lesser symptom of a larger problem.

“They’re continuing this process of extracting money from low-income people,” she said. “If people have less purchasing power with their salary, it will only get worse.”

Back in Mississippi, which has the highest poverty rate in the nation, Jones struggled to keep distressed callers out of the hands of loan sharks and into financial education programs sponsored by local banks. But it’s hard to work against so many payday lenders with huge advertising budgets, she said. The state has the highest concentration of payday lenders per capita in the nation, mostly in low-income areas or in communities of color.

Payday lenders are so prevalent in Mississippi, Jones said, that they outnumber McDonald’s restaurants by more than 5 times.

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S Korean Travel makes localized payment case https://katmasters.com/s-korean-travel-makes-localized-payment-case/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 08:03:42 +0000 https://katmasters.com/s-korean-travel-makes-localized-payment-case/ Neither pandemic surges nor inflation will deter adventurous South Korean travelers from booking trips in a year of recovery, but it’s an advanced market that demands more of travel experiences, the way travelers are able to pay and, in the case of suppliers, to be paid. Regardless of the market, it comes down to solid […]]]>

Neither pandemic surges nor inflation will deter adventurous South Korean travelers from booking trips in a year of recovery, but it’s an advanced market that demands more of travel experiences, the way travelers are able to pay and, in the case of suppliers, to be paid.

Regardless of the market, it comes down to solid execution of localization strategies on a global scale, like Worldline Global Travel Manager Damien Cramer says Karen Webster of PYMNTS.

To say that Asia is always behind the West “by a year or a season, if you will,” Cramer explained, “South Koreans, like Singaporeans where I am, and like some of the other maybe more developed markets in Southeast Asia, are a bit ahead of some other markets, and we’re looking forward to travel and we’re definitely planning to travel significantly.

In early June, the South Korean government eased its COVID-19 restrictions, eliminating the so-called push for “revenge trips” for takeoff.

To get the most out of it, travel suppliers must cater to local and regional payment preferences or risk running into foreign exchange (FX) issues that can kill a transaction, Cramer said.

“The biggest challenge, if I had to make it really basic, is the difference in language and cultural experience,” he said. “If you’ve ever branched out and hopped on a native [eCommerce] website or a native [travel] website in Indonesia, the product, the way things are presented and the user experience is quite different from how many westerners like to see it.

It does this by embracing and reflecting cultural, linguistic and regional differences and presenting them appropriately for South Korea – or any distinct geographic market – because what works even in a border country will work at all in neighboring markets.

See also: European Worldline Joins Spreedly’s PSP Partner Program

Conversion of local payments

Highlighting the rising costs of international travel, Cramer said: “What we need to be aware of is that in this costly purchasing decision there is an important level of trust – trusting the way the payment solutions are presented, the types of payment solutions presented, are they payment solutions that I know, trust and recognise? »

Yes, Visa and Mastercard are there, but they go hand-in-hand with “a lot of other very localized payment options where consumers have a high level of trust, and they’re heavily integrated into that market,” he said. he declared to Webster.

“I think we’ll see situations where customers will go, ‘if the airline… that I want to book isn’t going to present me with the option to pay with my Samsung card or whatever, but I can access a online travel will do that, I may be more inclined to use that secondary payment option or secondary channel, rather than the primary channel,” he said.

It’s a failed conversion and a lost customer – two punches that all players try to avoid.

Approval rates come into the discussion with urgency when cross-border payments are involved, and there are issues that travel providers and payment providers need to address.

“I’m not a very tech-savvy person, but there’s a dark art, I think, associated with approval rates, how and where you route transactions,” Cramer said. “One of the things that’s mostly true is that the closer you can get to a localized network and a localized solution, the more likely you are to get approved.”

Read also: Worldline and Myra team up to deliver better hospitality payments

Data, trust and “Revenge Travel”

The pain and friction of international routing and approvals for expensive travel purchases that set off alarm bells with fraud schemes underscores the role of trust in these transactions.

“Travel is an ambitious service,” Cramer said. “What you get is a market ripe for some level of fraud. People want it, some people can’t afford it or want a better product or better service or whatever, and it happens. lends itself to levels of fraud.

Calling Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) models “a very good way to combat this”, Cramer said the new authentication capabilities are a huge improvement over last-generation solutions which he called ” rude and clumsy” and designed to protect traders more than consumers.

Meanwhile, he said these SCA solutions that assess fraud and risk are based on data points.

“There are some really valuable data points [being collected],” he said. “The data points that we have as a large payments processor that we can add to this are all very important and valuable when it comes to strong customer authentication.”

Worldline offers SCA services and will introduce them in South Korea as part of continued expansion into Asia and other markets.

The data goes a long way in everything from authenticating the purchase up front to issuing a refund down the line if needed, as so many others have since 2020.

“To a large extent, the rails, the infrastructure and the processes [needed] to be able to manage the reverse flow and overall risk were not in place,” he said. “We had to learn by doing. We learned by failing in some cases. We learned by co-creating a whole bunch of challenges.

Post-pandemic, there is “much more know-how and understanding, out of necessity rather than pure strategic decision-making intent, about the processes, systems and services that help manage and protect customers and the funds…and the whole mechanism around how the reimbursement processes work.”

Call it a recovery, a rebound or a journey of revenge, but pent-up demand in hot markets like South Korea is serving as a precursor to the broader global recovery, and there are new expectations.

“Ultimately, we have to adapt to consumer demand, and consumer demand rightly in this market is going to require levels of flexibility, or a higher proportion of the population requiring levels of flexibility, than they would have otherwise before that, I didn’t expect that,” he said.

“Merchant Systems and Processes [and] payment service providers like us who handle and handle the money on their behalf, through the network to issuers, have been set up to support this,” he added. “Every crisis creates an opportunity.”

It’s an opportunity with a mission. Cramer pointed to a study that showed 60% of South Koreans are “excited” about the potential of technology to personalize their travel experience.

“I was looking at that and I was like ‘OK, 60% is pretty good,'” he said.

And a lot of opportunities to exploit.

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NEW PYMNTS DATA: THE CUSTOM PURCHASING EXPERIENCE STUDY – MAY 2022

About: PYMNTS’ survey of 2,094 consumers for The Tailored Shopping Experience report, a collaboration with Elastic Path, shows where merchants are succeeding and where they need to up their game to deliver a personalized shopping experience.

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Same Day Payday Loans Online – Fast Loans For 1 Hours https://katmasters.com/same-day-payday-loans-online-fast-loans-for-1-hours/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 00:09:12 +0000 https://katmasters.com/same-day-payday-loans-online-fast-loans-for-1-hours/ Same day payday loans online Get 100% cash advance online even with bad credit. The best service for fast loans! Eligibility criteria The easiest way to find out if a payday loan is right for you is to talk to the person running it. If the person proposing it accepts. While these types of online […]]]>

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The easiest way to find out if a payday loan is right for you is to talk to the person running it. If the person proposing it accepts. While these types of online same day payday loans can be useful in an emergency, they are also often used for other purposes that can see you paying thousands of dollars in interest in a short period of time. They involve a minimum payment of $300 or $500 to qualify.

This type of loan may have a fee or an interest rate and should be carefully considered before applying for a payday loan. However, payday loans are usually harder to repay because they don’t allow you to pay the loan directly by credit or debit card. This type of loan is a good choice for people who may be facing difficult economic circumstances or who are under a lot of stress.

Quick Payday Loans

Most payday lenders are structured as instant loans; therefore, you have less than a day to repay your loan. In most cases, you will need to pay an additional $100 or $200 as a deposit with your loan. Payday lenders are usually geared towards young people to get people off the hook and help them through unexpected hardships or economic situations. These same day online payday loans can be used for anything, including paying off a car loan, rent, utility bills, and even health insurance or student loan bills.

These types of loans require you to pay a fee to help repay your loan, but these can be prompt payments in addition to other base payments. If you prefer to have an instant cash advance, it is better to look for a quick cash advance, which is better than instant credit in addition to your other payments. Cash back credit and cash advances don’t require a deposit and will be easier to repay if you’ve made poor lending decisions.

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The lender will take charge of your personal credit report and immediately start applying for a loan based on your credit report. You will have to pay the lender within twenty days of receiving the request. The borrower must repay the loan within the same time frame as your existing credit card or loan. To ensure that the borrower will repay the loan, borrowers must show at least two weeks of income and a payment record that shows the consumer has used their funds as intended.

Quick Cash Loans are available to people interested in lending money at a pace that may be difficult or impossible in a real situation. The lender usually pays interest at a low rate (usually 3% or less per month) and is able to offer repayment in 10 monthly installments. The lender will make a deposit in your accounts and then pay off the balance over the next six months.

Eligibility for Fast Cash Loans Online

The ability to get instant payment is appealing, especially to those looking to use the funds to meet a personal emergency or help an elderly relative pay a monthly bill. But the reality is that people can use fast cash loans to get cash to make their payments from home. Some people don’t have access to credit and are unable to pay a mortgage at this time. With Quick Cash Loans Online, you can receive an approved quick cash loan online instantly. You won’t have to visit your local bank to get approved. The fast cash loan application is the same for individuals who have and have a credit history. And now it is possible to get money for almost everyone on the same day online payday loans on the most favorable terms, now you can’t search where to borrow money for their needs.

Cash advance companies may also ask you to provide proof of your income and use it to verify your income and verify your income. This type of payment means you don’t have to worry about how much you owe to get approved in the first place.

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With the proliferation of alternative payment methods available online, you may be wondering how to get the most out of your current method of keeping your hands on cash. The solution, especially in recent years, is to create your own online bank account for your checking account. If you are serious about saving and investing for the long term, this may be the best decision you can make. You must remember that you can get money very quickly, literally, which allows you to benefit from it and solve your financial problems quickly.

Accept payments from your checking account through the same fast cash. Loans are one such product. Products have a minimum down payment of $500, no upfront fees, and no minimum monthly payment. The monthly payments are fixed at 2.9% in the case of a mobile cash advance, 3% for a cash advance and a cash advance on a bank card. You can also get same day payday loans online and as you can see it can be done on very favorable terms as the interest rate on the loan is lower than the banks.

Quick cash advances are best suited to small and medium businesses with a low percentage of customers who can afford cash advances. Many consumers prefer to use cash over a credit card, and online cash advance and online fast cash advances are good options for the business owner. These are great options for getting a quick cash advance without any of the upfront loan costs or interest rates that can be too high.

Money from loans or debts

There are a variety of lenders, but they generally charge high interest rates, just like payday loans. But now there is a way to get same day payday loans online at a very low interest rate which will help you solve all your financial difficulties and do it very quickly. If you make a monthly payment on a debt such as a rental deposit, car loan, or mortgage, you won’t use those funds for anything other than paying off your debt.

If your loans are repaid to some degree, you may want to consider borrowing money from a credit union. Unlike your payday loans, these types of loans are structured and guaranteed by a bank or thrift institution, giving you the protection of a bank.

Online loans cash in hand

One of the best ways to get easy cash is to borrow same day payday loans online and from online lenders. For example, if you are interested in buying a car, your car payment may not be made in a month. You need to pay off your loan in a short period of time, so it’s better to borrow a used vehicle than to make a new purchase. Borrowing on an online cash advance can be quick, convenient, and usually guaranteed.

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When she went clubbing with friends, she says strangers made comments and looks that depressed her. “Usually when I went to clubs or out in public it was the women who would tell me to ‘put it away’ because their boyfriends were staring at me,” Amy said.

“I usually ignore it, but I once got kicked out of a nightclub for flashing this girl who told me to cover up. I was just fed up. I have such bad posture from the way I was always leaning forward to hide my boobs because when I kept my back straight it made them even more prominent and I hated that attention.

“Now the looks and comments don’t bother me anymore. I know they’re just jealous or they have body issues, they’re obviously not happy in their own skin.

Amy was working five days a week as a spa therapist earning £8.50 an hour when she decided to set up an OnlyFans page in October 2019. She says the site gave her confidence and helped her embrace her curvy figure.

When she joined she was saddled with debts of £30,000 from payday loans. Amy said: “I’ve always wanted a champagne lifestyle on a Coca Cola budget. I went on vacation abroad and always bought new clothes.

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“I knew my boobs were getting attention, so I decided to use them to my advantage instead of hiding. In my first month I made £7000 which was insane.

“Every month it was increasing – my best month of income was £150,000, but I average around £40,000 now.”

As well as paying off her own debt of £30,000, Amy was also able to help her parents pay off a combined debt of nearly £100,000. She said: “Helping my family out of debt was the first thing I did with the money.

“It took me about four or five months before I started winning big before I could do it. Mom was so grateful. She’s fully supportive of what I’m doing and always has been from the start.

“The people who are important to me in my family have supported me and that’s all that matters. I’m so lucky to have such an understanding family behind me. I love them so much.”

As a teenager, the model’s figure “changed overnight” as she struggled to embrace her curvy new figure. She said: “I woke up one day when I was about 15 and it’s almost like my boobs just grew overnight, they were huge.



Amy Sophia (Press Jam)

“I slowly started to dislike them as they got bigger and bigger. I felt like I had a hard time hiding them and people looked at me a lot. I avoided certain exercises at the gym and I had trouble buying clothes because they didn’t suit me or I was worried that everything would look too slutty.

At 23, she went to see a doctor about breast reduction, but the details of the operation were so daunting that Amy took longer to think about it. She said: “I was sick of the attention, of the men watching.

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Amy Sophia (Press Jam)

“I realized that a lot of guys there love my boobs and now they are my sources of money.”

Amy likes to spend her earnings on clothes, fine dining and luxury travel – and has been to Mexico, the Maldives, Rome, Thailand, Las Vegas and all over Europe. She also had a Brazilian butt lift to further enhance her figure.

The model added, “I’ve always wanted beautiful things and to do the beautiful things in life. Now I can live the life I always dreamed of and wanted so badly.

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A credit check can sometimes be applied to some payday loans as well. A credit check is generally not required for many payday loans, but may be requested if the loan is over $10,000. Some lenders require applicants to have a driving record. However, others do not. Your credit score will almost certainly be higher anyway, and your current credit score may not be worth the cost of the loan. Some payday lenders require a social security number or other biometric information for their borrowers. Despite the credit check, you can take small payday loans online without credit check and do it so easily today. You can do it faster and more cost effectively.

Other providers have no minimum deposit or other payment requirements. Once you’ve approved, you’ll receive a confirmation screen and a check in the mail. If your bank hasn’t approved any of your credit cards or you’re a victim of identity theft, you can always contact the lender and ask them to review the information. If the seller hasn’t sent you funds for the debt amount by the time you get to the bank, it’s common for them to simply refund the deposit and return nothing to you.

You will not be charged any fees for refunding the money. Keep in mind that when someone is in a temporary financial crisis, they have no way to recover a cash advance. You won’t be penalized by the lender if you don’t get the promised $300 within seven to ten days of approval. This delay in getting your money is an unfortunate thing for many. If you are able to receive money that you need urgently, use cash advances available for immediate use. These loans offer an inexpensive way to get your money now without having to wait for a credit check. To put it bluntly, it is small online payday loans no credit check and you can take it today. This type of loan is easier to obtain than a bank loan with a lot of paperwork and time.

Why are these types of loans so popular?

Lenders pay a lot of attention to ensuring that the borrower will be able to pay the repayment. With instant loans, you can pay off your payday money in as little as a few minutes. Online Payday Loans, Banks, and Savings Accounts Online loans are available from a variety of credit unions, small and large businesses, and banks. Online loans generally make it easier to get cash advances approved, but there are a few downsides. They can be expensive if you have a large amount, you need to pay early, they can have high interest rates, and they require more frequent paperwork and security such as ID or a guarantor. If you are considering getting a loan, you can always get a small payday loan online without a credit check and it will always benefit you.

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But online payday loans offer the opportunity to earn more money as an employer with these online loans. You don’t need to have a perfect work history. Some companies allow employees to pay their payroll taxes online with a credit statement and the government will take care of receiving their pay online. If you find yourself in an emergency situation that requires cash, you may want to consider using a cash advance to get cash quickly if you are $500 short or need to get out. quickly from a bad situation.

Monthly fees may be waived for some borrowers, but the loan is generally expensive. The credit scores that companies use to assess the risk of using these types of loans generally do not have the same precision that is used when reviewing a credit score.

Types of loans

The other way to make money fast is through payday loans and cash advances. In this situation, you have a much more limited time to pay off the debt or withdraw the funds as soon as possible. The two most common types of payday loans you come across are cash advances and withdrawals. Cash Advance Payday Cash Advance is a quick way to get cash.

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Revival Patch Reviews – Will Japanese Revival Patch Work For You? https://katmasters.com/revival-patch-reviews-will-japanese-revival-patch-work-for-you/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 17:57:40 +0000 https://katmasters.com/revival-patch-reviews-will-japanese-revival-patch-work-for-you/ As individuals, we suffer from many disorders and other health problems that are never completely solved by conventional medicine. Many alternative therapies and treatments have been used to fill in the gaps that modern medicine cannot yet explain or cure. Some common alternatives to scientific medicine are acupuncture, homeopathy, reflexology, and oriental practices. Detoxifying foot […]]]>

As individuals, we suffer from many disorders and other health problems that are never completely solved by conventional medicine. Many alternative therapies and treatments have been used to fill in the gaps that modern medicine cannot yet explain or cure. Some common alternatives to scientific medicine are acupuncture, homeopathy, reflexology, and oriental practices. Detoxifying foot pads belong to this group of alternative treatments.

What is a Revival Patch?

The manufacturers claim that the Relaunch fixes can promote vitality, relieve stress and tension, and keep your mood in check for a restful night’s sleep. Some people claim that the patches have helped them with back problems, high blood pressure, headaches, cellulite, depression, diabetes, insomnia, and weight loss.

Each user explains how the detox foot patches worked for them. Some claim that while conventional medicine treats the symptoms, the Revival Patch helped detoxify their body and made the patches seem like they were getting to the root cause of their problem. One of the manufacturer’s most persistent claims is that the patch can help reduce aging by detoxifying the body’s vital organs.

Foot body detoxification has been used in ancient Asian medicine for centuries to treat multiple ailments. It mainly relies on natural herbs harvested from Japanese forests as an all-natural remedy. Revival patches are infused with vitamins and extracts and work by eliminating toxins through the sweat glands located in the foot.

How to Use Revival Patches

Revival patches are recommended for nighttime use on the soles of the feet so that they can extract toxins such as heavy metals and parasites. Revival patches should be placed near the bedside table so you can apply and wear them while you sleep.

Tear off the paper and place the detox patch on the soles of your feet. The patches are a little sticky and won’t fall off your feet. You should use them for 6-8 hours to allow the herbs and vitamins in the patch to be fully absorbed. Pads may show results with a color change due to humidity to indicate their effectiveness. Each Revival patch can only be used once and a new patch must be used for the second night.

What are the ingredients in Revival patches?

Revival patches contain the following ingredients:

bamboo vinegar –Bamboo vinegar is a brownish liquid from the condensation of bamboo. Bamboo vinegar has been used for a variety of natural health benefits, such as; promoting better digestion and eliminating foul odors, supporting gut health and liver health, and stopping diarrhea. Findings from a 2013 study show that bamboo vinegar has anti-inflammatory properties in vitro and in vivo.

ginger powder –Ginger powder is extracted by grinding the dried ginger root. It has many culinary uses and health benefits, such as relieving stomach pain. Topical application to the skin can help fight free radicals in the skin for a healthy complexion.

Tourmaline – Tourmaline is a natural gemstone. Although there is no scientific data on its health benefits, it is claimed to promote good health.

Chitin – Chitin is a complex sugar molecule found in the exoskeleton of arthropods and the cell walls of fungi. It is often consumed to provide prebiotic intestinal flora. Application of the compound has anti-inflammatory properties.

The Science Behind Revival Patches

Revival patches contain natural ingredients of various types and compositions. There is evidence that the items have anti-inflammatory properties that can help you ward off disease.

Foot detox patches can be used as alternative remedies for different ailments; nevertheless, there are no scientific studies on Revival patches to support or discourage their use. The Mayo Clinic recommends people wait for scientific evidence before using them.

User reviews and ratings

Although the medical community has not studied or endorsed the use of Revival Patches, they do contain health-promoting ingredients. Customers who have provided reviews are satisfied with the product and say they would recommend using the Revival patches to their close friends and family.

Their overall ratings are very high, with ratings above four out of 5 stars. Most negative reviews are those that claim the pads fall off because the adhesive isn’t strong enough and recommend using socks to hold it in place. in place. One reviewer says he doesn’t understand how the product works, but he’s grateful he used it.

What are the benefits of Revival patches?

Are there any downsides to Revival Patches?

  • The supplement’s website does not contain any information about clinical trials.
  • There is no science supporting its use.

Buy Rebirth Patches

Consumers can purchase the Revival Patches on their official site at the following prices:

  • 10 Revival patches $29.99 + $4.95 shipping
  • 20 Revival patches $44.99 + free shipping included
  • 30 Revival patches $59.99 + free shipping included
  • 50 Revival patches $69.99 + free shipping included
  • 100 Revival patches $109.99 + free shipping included

Customers are offered shipping insurance on Revival patches for an additional $9.99 at checkout. The Revival Patches company offers its customers a 60-day money back guarantee, which can be claimed by contacting customer service at:

  • contact@electronicsimpact.com

Last words

More research needs to be done on the use of detox foot patches and their effectiveness so that they can help consumers use the product correctly. Consumer reviews and favorable ratings can support the use of the product. Revival patches are worn on the feet while the user sleeps to flush out toxins that can build up in the body and cause poor health.

Because customer reviews are so favorable and Revival Patches contain all-natural ingredients, we recommend using Detox Patches. Consumers can head to the official Revival Patches website to exclusively order their first pair >>>

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