All news stories featuring 'Wonga'
Over 6,000 borrowers who were lent more than they could afford are to be refunded a combined total of more than £700,000
A Government minister has told the Student Loans Company not to use 'misleading tactics' to collect debt
The Student Loans Company's letter purports to be from a debt recovery firm called "Smith Lawson & Company"
Older News Stories27 June 2014
MoneySavingExpert is calling for you to email us copies of any letters you've received from fake lawyers chasing debts25 June 2014
Wonga pressured 45,000 customers into repaying payday loans by sending letters from non-existent law firms chasing debt25 July 2013
The Archbishop of Canterbury has told Wonga the Church of England wants to 'compete' it out of existence5 December 2012
A Government amendment to the Financial Services Bill confirms the FCA will have the power to cap payday loan costs22 November 2012
The reality is often the opposite as many lenders view the fact you've used a payday or short term loan as a negative10 October 2012
The football club has signed a four-year deal with the company, but civic leaders and MPs have condemned the decision27 June 2012
Workers are increasingly turning to payday loans firms because their wages run out before the end of the month22 May 2012
Payday lender Wonga has been ordered to stop aggressive debt-collection tactics or face a £50,000 fine11 January 2012
The payday loan firm is at the centre of outrage for encouraging students to take one of its mega-expensive loans23 September 2011
After Martin's blog about how the cost of a high APR loan can spiral out of control, Wonga gives its side3 February 2011
The coalition will consider a cap on prices but stopped short of supporting a motion calling for immediate regulation