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  • noun Plural form of rollover.

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  • The measure would cap the annual interest rate for a payday loan at 391 percent, ban so-called "rollovers" - where a borrower who can't afford to pay off the loan essentially renews it and pays large fees - and prevent lenders from suing borrowers or docking their wages to collect the debt.

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  • The measure would cap the annual interest rate for a payday loan at 391 percent, ban so-called "rollovers" - where a borrower who can't afford to pay off the loan essentially renews it and pays large fees - and prevent lenders from suing borrowers or docking their wages to collect the debt.

    Forbes.com: News

  • The measure would cap the annual interest rate for a payday loan at 391 percent, ban so-called "rollovers" - where a borrower who can't afford to pay off the loan essentially renews it and pays large fees - and prevent lenders from suing borrowers or docking their wages to collect the debt.

    Rocky Mount Telegram - Business

  • The measure would cap the annual interest rate for a payday loan at 391 percent, ban so-called "rollovers" -- where a borrower who can't afford to pay off the loan essentially renews it and pays large fees -- and prevent lenders from suing borrowers or docking their wages to collect the debt.

    Firstcoastnews.com Local News

  • The measure would cap the annual interest rate for a payday loan at 391 percent, ban so-called "rollovers" - where a borrower who can't afford to pay off the loan essentially renews it and pays large fees - and prevent lenders from suing borrowers or docking their wages to collect the debt.

    TheSunNews.com: Local

  • The measure would cap the annual interest rate for a payday loan at 391 percent, ban so-called "rollovers" - where a borrower who can't afford to pay off the loan essentially renews it and pays large fees - and prevent lenders from suing borrowers or docking their wages to collect the debt.

    Latest Headlines - ABC 7 News

  • "When you start getting into larger operations, like junkyard fires and tanker rollovers, that is where these units come into play," Joubert said.

    News from www.thesunchronicle.com

  • "When you start getting into larger operations, like junkyard fires and tanker rollovers, that is where these units come into play," Joubert said.

    News from www.thesunchronicle.com

  • The rollovers are a relatively inexpensive way to finance a new business, said Jeremy Ames, chief executive of Bellevue, Washington-based

    Bloomberg

  • Maybe the rollovers were a truck design problem after all.

    News for WSLS 10

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