Lawmakers would like to revamp the short-term financing industry in Hawaii, where alleged pay day loans can hold yearly rates of interest because high as 459 per cent. Find out more
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Lawmakers want to revamp the lending that is short-term in Hawaii, where alleged payday advances can hold yearly interest levels because high as 459 %.