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Cash Store Financial Refund Process Begins Print E-mail

{March 6, 2014} VICTORIA, BC – Consumer Protection BC announces that Cash Store Financial Inc. has begun the refund process for eligible payday lending consumers.


Supreme Court of BC confirms Cash Store must refund $1 million to consumers Print E-mail

{January 31, 2014} VICTORIA, BC – The Supreme Court of British Columbia has upheld Consumer Protection BC’s Compliance Orders against Cash Store Financial Inc. requiring the company to comply with the law and refund over $1 million to consumers.  


Consumer Protection BC orders The Money Stop to cease unlicensed payday lending activity and to refund consumers Print E-mail

{July 24, 2013} VICTORIA, BC – Consumer Protection BC has issued a compliance order and administrative penalty against Money Stop Ltd. (doing business as The Money Stop) for violating BC’s payday lending laws.


On or offline, payday lenders must be licensed says Consumer Protection BC Print E-mail

With increasingly more consumer purchasing financial products online, Consumer Protection BC is reminding BC consumers that payday lending is an industry regulated both on and offline.


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