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Some of those affected have branded it "disgusting".
'Wonga will not be accepting any new loan applications.'
Wonga's previous puppet ads drew criticism for appearing to appeal to children New product features for Wonga loans include
Everyone in the UK who reads a newspaper (or catches TV or radio news) has heard of payday lender Wonga. That company has had its fair share of negative publicity in recent years for astronomic interest rates and dubious business practices.
This was also a popular response: Payday lender Wonga has slumped into the red after revenues slumped by almost £100 million
Wonga has lost its third chief executive in a year after Tim Weller left after just six months in the role. Weller took over
Controversial payday lender Wonga has agreed with Newcastle United to remove its logo from all children's replica shirts
The first payday loans shop especially for children has opened in London. Pocket Money Loans offers youngsters advance loans
Payday lender Wonga has emailed around 330,000 customers to inform them it has wiped out their debt. The move is expected
An ad for payday lender Wonga has been banned for breaching regulations by failing to disclose the relevant cost of borrowing