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November 26, 2010

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ramesh kamuni

yes sir.
most of the banks(nearly all banks in the world)were work for corporate sector and to surve for high middle class and rich people.

what is about low middle and poor people.

for example: banks were giving educetional loans for goto aboad what is about students studying in same country. i.e. they were not giving loans for them without shurity.

ramesh kamuni.

Jonathan Charley

Another factor raising Lloyds Banking Group's complaints numbers is that as the market leader in selling unsecured personal loans, it is inevitable that they would attract a higher number of complaints about Payment Protection Insurance, since that it the selling of PPI for unsecured personal loans that has drawn the maximum amount of media attention. The cost of investigating and processing these complaints is far from insignificant, all of which will, inevitably, be passed onto the consumer in terms of lower interest rates being paid on deposits and higher interest rates being charged on loans.

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