"We have to make sure regardless of what channel a borrower uses to take out a payday loan, there needs to be strong ability-to-repay standards," Feltner said.
Come on, CFPB. Make a regulatory move. No payday loan should be made without assessing a person's ability to repay -- and repay without repeated borrowing.
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