Is it really a loan provider, or a borrowed label to deceive?

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Is it really a loan provider, or a borrowed label to deceive?

Yap Yap operates as a ‘price comparative platform’, but a client insists that was not so in her dealings with it

Consumer journalist

You may remember my many reports on those companies trading as “looking for a loan” type names; luring people into applying for loans online and giving them not money but a demand for an annual subscription fee.

Who wants to pay a subscription fee to a phone-in advice service when what you desperately need is a loan?

Ah, but the clients ticked that they’d read the terms and conditions of the deal on the website, I was always told when taking up such cases...

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