Tribunal zaps lender for inflated interest rates

By Staff Writer

Tribunal zaps lender for inflated interest rates

By Neesa Moodley-isaacs
From Personal Finance

The National Consumer Tribunal has demonstated its power to protect you from unscrupulous credit providers. The National Consumer Tribunal has started flexing its muscle. Last week it ordered an unscrupulous credit provider to reimburse consumers who were charged exorbitant interest rates of up to 240 percent .

Justmoney.co.za says:

The National Credit Act (NCA) is here to protect you. Justmoney.co.za only deals with reputable players, if you need to calculate and consolidate your debt, or want to find a debt manager, Justmoney.co.za is here to help.

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