Payday Denied: Exploring the lived experience of declined payday loan applicants

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Author: Dr Lindsey Appleyard, Carl Packman and Jordon Lazell

Year: 2018

ISBN: 978-1-909447-99-8

With the decline of the UK payday loans industry, where can people who previously used these high cost loans now access money? This research, undertaken by Coventry University and Toynbee Hall on behalf of the Carnegie UK Trust and Barrow Cadbury explores the answers, based on 80 interviews with borrowers around the UK.


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