Discover how Manitoba licenses high-cost lenders in the province and ensures that consumers are aware of the full costs of a high-cost loan before an agreement is signed.
Payday loan companies
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Learn how Consumer Affairs may help resolve an issue you have with a business in Nunavut and find out what your rights and responsibilities are as a consumer.
Learn more about the various types of loans in Quebec, including payday loans.
Contact the Government of Yukon for information on credit unions, insurance companies, collection agencies and payday loan companies as well as how to file a complaint.
For help with consumer tips and information, product safety or filing a consumer complaint, contact MACA’s Consumer Affairs Office.
Read information about how payday loans work in Alberta and find out if a lender is licensed.
Consult commonly asked questions about payday loans, including starting the complaints process.
Consult commonly asked questions about payday loans in Manitoba, including how to file a complaint.
Read about the rules payday lenders must follow in New Brunswick or access the online complaint form.
Follow this link to provincial payday loan legislation information and contact details for Newfoundland and Labrador's Consumer Affairs Division.
Know your rights when getting and paying back a payday loan in Nova Scotia.
Find out what you need to know before you take out a payday loan, as well as how to submit a complaint.
Consult this list of questions about what to consider when applying for, and repaying, a payday loan on Prince Edward Island.
Find out what you need to know about payday lending fees, your obligations, or how to file a complaint against a payday lender in Saskatchewan.
Understand the hidden costs of taking out a payday loan.