Consumer Protection BC has issued a compliance order against National Money Mart Company (DBA Money Mart), a licensed payday lender based in Fort St. John BC, for:
- Failing to ensure that installment payments in payday loan agreements align with borrowers’ pay periods, contrary to section 23 (2)(b) of the Payday Loans Regulation
The business has also been ordered to to repay borrowers’ payday loan fees in relation to the violation above, comply with the requirements of the Payday Loans Regulation, and to reimburse Consumer Protection BC full costs for the inspection in the amount of $450 within 30 days.
By law, the business has 30 days to request a reconsideration of the decision.
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