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Definition of loan shark
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Adal López, who ran Ooyala’s operations in Guadalajara, now runs Kueski, his own financial technology startup that provides small online loans—an alternative to both banks and loan sharks. — Andrew Selee, Smithsonian, “How Guadalajara Reinvented Itself as a Technology Hub,” 13 June 2018 By the early 1960s, DiFronzo was identified by Chicago police as an enforcer and collector for a loan shark gang on the West Side. — Bob Goldsborough, chicagotribune.com, “Reputed Chicago Outfit boss John DiFronzo dies at 89,” 30 May 2018 What kind of predatory loan shark of a dealer—25 percent every day? — Anne Branigin, The Root, “Parents Big Mad Over High School Math Teacher’s Drug-Referencing Homework,” 6 Feb. 2018 Democrats warned poor workers could go to street-level loan sharks if payday loans weren’t available, and said payday borrowers weren’t unaware of the costly interest rates. — Gray Rohrer, OrlandoSentinel.com, “Lawmakers back longer, higher-interest payday loans,” 18 Jan. 2018 There have been whispers of loan sharks and mafia connections and Continent -wide arrest warrants. — Rory Smith, New York Times, “Michael Eisner Sketches a Happy Ending for Portsmouth F.C.,” 11 Jan. 2018 Prosecutors describe Hallinan — a 76-year-old former investment banker, a Wharton grad and a Villanova resident — as a loan shark, and have charged him with violating laws more often associated with busting mobsters. — Jeremy Roebuck, Philly.com, “Main Line payday lending pioneer faces trial on racketeering charges,” 26 Sep. 2017 The restaurant/bar that Clayton owned with his brother Timmy has gone belly-up—as has Timmy, an addict—and a loan shark wants $75,000 from him, today. — James Parker, The Atlantic, “How Michael Clayton Presaged 2017,” 5 Oct. 2017
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