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COVID Scams and How to Protect Yourself


Online and phone scammers are a constant pain, and have cost their victims around $10.5 Billion in recent estimates. Many of these types of scams involve someone either cold calling off of a phone list using a robocall, or first attacking someone’s computer with a virus and then demanding the victim call a scam company…

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Your Key to Understanding Nonprime Consumer Behavior

You’ve heard it before: Nonprime consumers can have a difficult time securing traditional credit. The millions of Americans who fall into this bucket lack the credit history they need to secure a traditional loan. Maybe they’re a young person who has never taken out a loan before. Maybe they’re a creditworthy consumer who encountered a…

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LDF Holdings Compliance Team Offers Tips

LDF Holdings’ online lending compliance leaders Kemberlar Smith and Alison Krich spoke recently at Leaders in Lending Annual Conference in Austin, Texas. We wanted to share what was discussed, because it is so important to a well-run organization. In the presentation, they expounded on how remaining in compliance with state and federal regulations is crucial…

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LDF Employees Love Where They Work

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For some time now, LDF Business Development Corporation and its business units have told the story of why our teammates “Love Where They Work.” We recently asked one of our teammates from LDF Holdings, an online lender with a call center in Lac du Flambeau, and the LDF BDC to share in their own words…

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Tribal Lending and Alternative Financial Services

As part of the Native American Financial Services Association, you’re aware that almost 40% of Americans have poor or no credit histories or are geographically isolated from traditional financial institutions—making it hard to secure mainstream credit. That’s why you’re in the business of providing services to these consumers, while aiding tribal economic growth. Standing Out…

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LDF Holdings Teammates Share Why ‘They Love Where They Work’

Spring has finally sprung in Lac du Flambeau! We’re particularly proud of two of our teammates who recently recorded radio commercials on why they ‘Love Where They Work.’ Working at LDF Holdings—part of LDF Business Development Corporation—gives me the opportunity to help people succeed. And when people succeed, they love where they work.  Please give…

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Celebrate Financial Literacy Month

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National Financial Literacy Month is recognized in the United States in April in an effort to highlight it’s importance and teach Americans how to establish and maintain healthy financial habits. This year, the Native American Financial Services Association (NAFSA) is celebrating the benefits of financial literacy all month long! Many people would like to be…

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LDF Holdings Launches New Business

LDF Holdings Launches Native American Online Lending Consulting Business LDF Holdings is thrilled to announce our new consulting company designed to assist other Native American Indian Tribes enter the online lending business. LDF Holdings Consulting Services will work across Indian Country to help promote economic development and job opportunities. The new consulting business will help diversify our revenue…

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LDF Holdings February Update

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau continues to move toward fair and balanced protection of consumers. This enables the Sovereign Nation business model of LDF Holdings to conduct business in a more predictable manner at the federal level. Some states, however, may move to increase regulations of online lending. State-by-state activity will remain on top of…

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9 Best Ways to Save Money During the Holiday Season

Money Crashers offers the 9 Best Ways to Save Money During the Holiday Season. ‘Tis the season to start trimming – your budget, that is, and not just your tree. A November 2013 Gallup poll found that while the average American originally expected to spend around $786 on the holidays back in October, that number is…

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