BELLEVILLE — Paul Carr had been driving along Belleville’s North Front Street of an and a half ago when he became troubled by the proliferation of payday loan stores year.
“They seemed to be showing up quite quickly. ‘There’s a different one. There is a different one.’ We began observing I was thinking, this is unbelievable how quickly they’re coming into our community,” says Carr, a councillor in Belleville that they were like almost a block apart, and. He counts 10 cash advance stores in this populous city of approximately 50,000 individuals. “We have high poverty price inside our region … and so that it stressed me that most these high-interest loan providers were turning up within our community.Read More