Recently a ‘beloved’ television presenter died called Nicholas Parsons who also was selling his charm for payday loans**. That firm called wonga died a number of years ago.
Wonga had crazy interest rates for ‘borrowing’ money from subprime [my blog] people. News yesterday means bad news for those deemed worth compensating* as a £1k debt will get 4% of that apparently.
It is not interesting that there is no money when it is hard to recover it when there is no money to recover. What is interesting that the darling on tv and radio is not sullied by his talents being sold to sell debt by the mainstream media after all everybody loved him supposedly as such mistakes are never mentioned.
Selling your identity to bankers is not always a good deal for the famous. There was a film critic years ago who did the same thing and that too went sour the bank is a business and the nice image tarnished not them but the as seen on tv person.
I am sure that bank [or assets of] still exists but the reputation of the critic is still unsavoury.
With wonga [cash slang word] deceased and also parsons being mort one day after that it perhaps was unfortunate that when death came it reminded me that both of them are linked even f the media did not link them.
*think ppi [my blog] **promoting misery and fraud in some cases