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Monthly Archives: January 2017

Hiring Debt Collector

Every state has its own regulations that cover how debt collection is done and how the agencies work. It is important to ensure that you select a firm that adheres to Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Moreover, the firm should be bonded and licensed to work in the locality.

Sometimes the firms use very uncouth means to collect the debts. This may raise legal cases if the debtor feels that the agency has acted in bad faith. The insurance ensures that you are not held liable for hiring the agency to collect the debts. Ensure you pick a firm that has a valid errors and omission insurance. It will act as your protection if you are dragged to court.

Once you have a list of a few companies, take time to compare their costs. Different agencies use different formulas to come up with their rates. Some charge a small flat rate mostly associated with pre-collection activities. You are then charged a contingency fee that is part of the amount collected. The charge is about 20% to 30% of the amount collected. Pick a company that offers a no collection no fee model.

Some debtors tend to run away with your cash and ignore your calls. Some even skip town. If this is your situation, ask if the agency you are using has a skip tracing service. This service enables the debt collector track the defaulting client even when they have not left any forwarding address.

Just remember that you shall not receive all the cash once you have hired a debt collection agency. For this reason, it is advisable to exhaust all of the other means of collecting debt before asking for help. However, if none of the other methods work, hire a firm that will collect the debts right away.

Payday Loan Refund

Customers may seek compensation or a refund for a number of reasons. According to research studies, about 30% complaints are about lenders who take out money via a recurring payment. About 20% customers filed complaints that fraudulent loans were taken out in their names. Below are some of the common reasons you may file a complaint about a payday loan lender.

Fraudulent loans

Lenders have to verify a customer’s identity before issuing loans. Unfortunately, the verification is not done very carefully. As a result, many customers end up filing cases that loans were taken out in their names. If this has happened to you, contact the lender right away. If they don’t seem to help you, go to the Financial Ombudsman Service.

Harassment

As far as calls or text messages goes, it is difficult to decide what is considered harassment. Lenders are not supposed to make a call or send you a message after 8pm; however, if they do, you can sue them.

Recurring payments

Typically, the collection of payday loan repayments is done through CPA. It authorizes the lender to make a request for money to your bank. But they are meant to spell it out as well as explain the way you can go about canceling payday loans. Besides, they let you know prior to taking money out. Here it is important to note that some lenders keep trying all day long if the money is not deposited in their account in the morning, which means you, the customer, may be charged a good amount of money.

Unclear Repayment amount

Make sure the repayment amount is clearly mentioned on the lender’s website. On some lenders’ sites, you can find sliding scales that you can use to know the total cost of your loan. You can go for a refund if the repayment amount is not clear.

Your financial situation

Lenders consider a lot of factors, such as your age, employment, mental health, income, credit history and income before giving money out. If they have not done the checks and you can’t afford the repayments, you ask for a refund.

Make Online Money Transfer Process Pleasant

Get planning

The secret is that when you have enough time to plan for the transfer, you have increased chances of minimizing costs. Early planning means you will have enough time to compare money transfer platforms and other service providers, especially as far as fees for the transfer are concerned. Comparing also means that you can land offers that can save you a great deal of money with the transaction. It is very cheap and efficient to send money electronically, but it can get even cheaper when you have time to compare and choose the best platform.

Keep an eye on the fees

The amount of funds you intend to send can be eaten up by fees charged for the services. If you are a company sending money, consider sending larger denominations because smaller ones will always be more expensive as per percentage. Think about currency conversion rates that can affect the last amount that the recipient gets. It helps to be up to date with the current exchange rates so that you are sure of getting a fair offer from the transfer company that you choose to use. Verify the exchange rates if you have to and ensure that you are aware of all transaction charges before going ahead with the transfer.

About Islamic Banking

This banking system is based on the principles of Islamic law, also referred to as Sharia law, and guided by Islamic economics. The two basic principles are the sharing of profit and loss and the prohibition of the collection and payment of interest by lenders and investors. Islamic banks neither charge nor pay interest in a conventional way where the payment of interest is set in advance and viewed as the predetermined price of credit or the reward for money deposited. Islamic law accepts the capital reward for loan providers only on a profit- and loss-sharing basis, working on the principle of variable return connected to the actual productivity and performances of the financed project and the real economy. Another important aspect is its entrepreneurial feature. The system is focused not only on financial expansion but also on physical expansion of economic production and services. In practice, there is a higher concentrated on investment activities such as equity financing, trade financing and real estate investments. Since this system of banking is grounded in Islamic principles, all the undertakings of the banks follow Islamic morals. Therefore, it could be said that financial transactions within Islamic banking are a culturally distinct form of ethical investing. For example, investments involving alcohol, gambling, pork, etc. are prohibited.

For the last four decades, the Islamic banking system has experienced a tremendous evolution from a small niche visible only in Islamic countries to a profitable, dynamic and resilient competitor at an international level. Their size around the world was estimated to be close to $850 billion and is expected to grow by around 15 percent annually. While system of banking remains the main component of the Islamic financial system, the other elements, such as Takaful (Islamic insurance companies), mutual funds and Sukuk (Islamic bonds and financial certificates), have witnessed strong global growth, too. Per a reliable estimate, the Islamic financial industry now amounts to over $1 trillion. Moreover, the opportunity for growth in this sector is considerable. It is estimated that the system could double in size within a decade if the past performances are continued in the future.