Bank of America will have to pay $ 137 million to settle a case of municipal bond bid-rigging against the bank.
A Payday loan can be defined as a short-term loan with high interest rate given by any person or company.
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Payday Loans may really sound easy going for many, but not all are satisfied with the concept.
Payday Loan happens to be a concept where a borrower can take a short-term loan to cover his expenses until he/she reaches his or her next payday.
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