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Tripoli said that such names tend to make people think these companies are catering to the military. "They cram their promotional literature with expressions of concern for military families," he said.He added that advertisements in military newspapers lead service members to believe that these national newspapers are official newspapers when in fact they are not, he said.Steve Tripoli, a consumer advocate with the National Consumer Law Center, accused "quick cash" lenders of targeting the service members and veterans with unfair lending practices.The center is a nonprofit organization that works to address consumer issues, especially those affecting low-income consumers.In exchange, the borrower agrees to purchase 300 minutes worth of phone cards at a cost of .50 every two weeks, or 5 a month over the next year.Tripoli said this means the 0 rebate amounts to 533 percent annual percentage rate.One reported option is a 0 rebate when customers commit to a year's Internet service.
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Meanwhile to get military personnel to borrow money, Tripoli noted that many lenders give their businesses names that sound military affiliated.
Those cited in the report include names such as Pioneer Military Lending, Veterans First Financial Service, American Military Debt Management Service and Armed Forces Loans.
He illustrated his point with a slide presentation that showed how various cash-advance stores, quick-cash lenders, and auto-title pawn shops had set up shop on the main road leading to Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base, Ga."How bad do service people fall for it?
Certainly because they mismanage their money, in some cases," he said.