Wonga chief admits brand might now be so toxic it has to change its name after company crashes to £37million loss

Wonga chief admits brand might now be so toxic it has to change its name after company crashes to £37million loss

Street Democracy writes:

In my mind Wonga is the dark foundations of a legalised enslavement system that holds humanity to ransom via money and debt ownership.

Like a ‘debt deadly virus’ Wonga are guilty of gorging money from the poor. Debt forces the sale of the individual, families and the entire human race.

It commodifies us, out weighs earth protection and abuses earth turning her into a privatised global plantation system.

Our lives are in perpetual debt as banks use debt to socially control us and how we live and for millions means the total paralysis of life with substandard living to starvation.

It forces a mass prostitution racket of an entire race of people to sell themselves, their creativity, their skills to be belittled for a squander amount of cash is an insult to the human race.

We witness the tyranny on a global scale of the financial industry who effectively make money out of thin air. We witness mass financial rituals that impoverish entire countries as the banking Cartel seize all wealth on the planet with a ceaseless expansion of exploitation.

Wonga are a legalised loan shark company deadly towards vulnerable people forcing repayments of exorbitant interest rates to those that didn’t have the  money in the first place.

Let us hope unregulated legal loan sharks are pulled from high streets and discouraged as immoral monetary lending vultures.

I hope you watch David Icke and his take on the banking cartel. I haven’t heard anyone else explain in such clear and simple terms of how we are all being fooled. A case of ‘eyes wide shut’.

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Wonga chief admits brand might now be so toxic it has to change its name after company crashes to £37million loss


‘Controversial payday lender Wonga could change its name in a desperate attempt to regain credibility after a string of scandals caused the firm to lose £37.3million.
The firm has been hit by new rules on payday lending, as well as being forced to pay compensation to customers who were sent fake legal letters.
Wonga’s revenues fell by nearly £100million last year to a total of £217.2million, it was announced today – months after the company wrote off the debts of 300,000 customers.’
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