Here it is:
I was waiting for a stinger at the end, maybe involving DJH, you know, bookends, but anyway, all the deets:
“San Francisco City Attorney Dennis J. Herrera and Money Mart (also known as Loan Mart) have reached a settlement requiring Money Mart to repay California consumers up to $7.5 million
How much is each repayment?
Repayments will range from $20 to $1,800.
Who is eligible to make a claim for repayment?
You are eligible to make a claim for repayment if:
1) you borrowed a pay day advance loan (sometimes called a “Cash ’til Payday” loan) at a Money Mart or Loan Mart store between January 2005 and July 2005, or
2) you borrowed an installment loan (sometimes called a “CustomCash” loan) at a Money Mart or Loan Mart store between July 2005 and March 2007.
To download the claim form and to learn more:
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City Attorney Dennis J. Herrera
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