Car title loans have become the favored way to prey on Virginians in recent years, and they are particularly pernicious. When customers become locked into their debt cycle, they risk not only fiscal solvency but also their vehicle. For many, loss of a car means loss of the ability to get to work.By reading that, you'd think CashPoint operated like the United States government, wouldn't you? Earnings of innocent, vulnerable, and unsuspecting citizens being seized against their will?
Since when is it pernicious for two parties to enter into a contract with each other? A very clear and well-defined contract at that?
When it involves poor people, one would guess from the Times editorial.
Who's author must think all poor people are stupid as dirt.
Are they on the side of the impoverished here or not?
One can only wonder ...