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Interview with Lawrence Meyers - Ex-Motley Fool Journalist and Current Payday Loan Industry Financier

July 10, 2006  -  

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An interview with Lawrence Meyers, previously a financial journalist for the Motley Fool and currently a payday loan industry financier. Topics range from market valuation of the industry to dollar-based hard-math scenarios of payday loan costs for both the consumer and for the lender. Topics range from market valuation of the industry to dollar-based hard-math scenarios of payday loan costs for both the consumer and for the lender. An industry supporter, Larry's style is to take today's facts--tempered with years of financial industry experience--mix in real-world scenarios, and then prognosticate about what the future holds.

Lawrence Meyers, Partner, Sabric Enterprises: Mr. Meyers is currently a partner in Sabric Enterprises, a firm that helps payday lenders obtain money to grow their businesses. Mr. Meyers holds a B.A. from Cornell University, an M.A. from the University of Southern California, and is a member of both the Writer's Guild of America and Writer's Guild of Canada. When working for The Motley Fool, a major financial publication, Mr. Meyers was the only U.S. journalist to comprehensively cover the payday lending industry's stocks and related legislative issues.

About Sabric Enterprises: "Sabric Enterprises is a Los-Angeles-based private equity firm that provides expansion capital to payday lenders. Sabric also assists Texas-based payday lenders in converting to Credit Services Organizations (CSOs) and providing them with third-party lenders. They also provide software and collection agency referrals."

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