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Morses Club Plc LSE:MCL London Ordinary Share GB00BZ6C4F71 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 83.00 80.00 86.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
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General Financial 100.2 0.5 0.2 488.2 110

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/5/2021
12:25
applause for the FCA in opposing the Amigo scheme which was presented to the clients as a take it or we are bust scheme, & with only 15% of future profits for ~4 years added to pay a part, not all, of claims. why 15% & not 30% or 45% ? if the claims are fair/correct (are they ??) then there is an obligation to pay them imo, or at least to try, 15% of profits does not look like an honest attempt 'to try' usually the FCA are a disaster & only investigating years after the scam/scandal has happened, this time they have participated (well, in the court case anyway, not in avoiding the problem) so well done FCA
smithie6
25/5/2021
08:54
Smithie I was talking about landlords who were renting to people who were living in the properties until the landlords kicked them out because they could suddenly get way more money from staycations. No problem with all the other second home freedom stuff but that is just wrong in my book. I don’t have the solution of course - rents are short term - but I would never do that and it shocks me that anyone would condone it, especially in the last year
yump
25/5/2021
08:25
They’ve just produced their year end accounts and made it clear that whilst complaints are up they haven’t got anywhere near the issue. The next is clearly the Provident who had similar issues and NSF who have similar businesses.
bostik17
25/5/2021
08:02
Court ruled against Amigo scheme. Would this be the next?
1choip
24/5/2021
21:49
I just put having somewhere secure to live, way above the temporary greed of a landlord.
yump
24/5/2021
17:02
2 sides to every trade/deal if there is a big need for accom. this year then maybe providing accom. is meeting a real need & many ppl might not find any where to stay otherwise & would have to stay at home. any/most tourist accom. will have had a collapse in occupancy since 1 March 2020, & surely receive no Govt. help & some will have used savings to pay the mortgage costs; or have taken longer term rentals. Cornwall is normally full for accom. for school holidays every year anyway. sure, people will charge the max they can get. Perhaps the Govt could control that & limit to say 10% more than the price charged in 2019. ----- in some areas there is insufficient occupancy over a year to get investors to build a new hotel so, providing accomodation in pubs, B&Bs, & rooms in homes, complete houses/flats allows tourists to stay & then spend money in local shops/cafes, restaurants, guided walks etc which can help a village/town ---- complicated subject but imo it would be wrong if tourist money could only be spent in a hotel & in the hotel's restaurant & in the hotel's bar. (sure, a property owner renting to tourists makes more profit than a young lad serving pints to tourists in the pub but they both get some benefit; & the property owner should be paying more tax which helps everyone)
smithie6
24/5/2021
14:30
Smithie6 AirBnB thing was in the news for the South West - some people who were working actually having nowhere to live, because of short-term leases. South West was completely booked out months ago for this year. FACT. AirBnB overseas - I have no idea. imo tourist money going to a landlord who is now getting £2000 for a week, instead of their normal rent, will go into that landlords assets, possibly to buy more property, not get divided up amongst the rest of society. Genuine AirBnB seems fine. Its got distorted and staycations have made the greedy landlords rub their hands in glee.
yump
24/5/2021
08:38
Not comfortable with the article about 'CMC could the next'.
1choip
23/5/2021
18:42
landlords kicking out tenants so they can Airbnb instead, for more money. not true recently imo The number of tourists wanting rooms has imploded. People have generally not been allowed to travel. ----- The Govt (& the EU) has allowed immigration & all those people need somewhere to sleep, rooms & homes. ( & many that get housed in Scotland, asked to be taken somewhere else ! je je) The Govt thought it had 3 million ppl from Europe but 5 million applied for residency !!, ie. the Govt has not managed or monitored the situation (& before Brexit Europeans had the right to move to live in the uk). rental prices are driven by the balance of supply/demand. Too much demand then high prices. ( if some tourist rental money goes to rent a room in a house then the tourist money is divided more in society, whereas if tourists only sleep in hotels then the tourist money goes only to the rich hotel owners & is not shared with society wherever tourists sleep they will 'consume' m2 (in hotels or in private homes) those m2 can not be used for long term tenants. If stop all tourism then that problem would be stopped. ;-) but no country will do that since they want/need the money/business from tourists
smithie6
23/5/2021
18:29
a quote from that interview from the MD of MCL He says: 'The FCA themselves say there are 15million adults in the UK that have zero savings in cash or less than £100. So where is the money coming from genuine friends to lend? It's non-existent.' & as he points out many of those people need to borrow money for things like Xmas. seems very normal to me. (hopefully the minimum wage has lifted many people/families out of needing to borrow at Xmas time) (the MD grew up with 5 siblings so it phps not surprising that the family was poor, imo; if you decide to have 6 kids you know its gonna cost you a lot more money than having say 2)
smithie6
23/5/2021
17:02
You prefer high risk high interest or high risk low interest. Hope uk bankers can answer that.
1choip
23/5/2021
12:16
He's dead right. Lots of people slag off high interest loans, but they need to be asked what the alternative is, for higher risk, zero asset customers. Or perhaps write to Bezos and ask him to set up very low interest lending for the poorest people. What with the landlords kicking out tenants, so that they can AirBnB their properties for silly amounts currently, we're becoming more like India every day. Perhaps one day the Labour party will actually find an agenda that really does deal with the people they claim to represent.
yump
21/5/2021
11:29
Lucky i didnt get any Amigo at 20's following to the recent promotions. Otherwise, I would be in the position sucking toes this morning.
1choip
21/5/2021
11:14
peaky taunting us everyday for not buying Amigo instead of Morses Club ha
farrugia
21/5/2021
11:03
MCL now become the largest provider for home credit services (previously second after PFG).
1choip
21/5/2021
10:57
MCL digital is looking STRONG. The velocity in Quantity and Quality of positive trustpilot reviews is picking up and traction is showing no signs of losing momentum.
imtiaz0
21/5/2021
10:50
no reason for sell off at amigo today. i put a very small bet £500 to see red or black.
1choip
21/5/2021
10:35
AMGO rejects came to the MCL board acting like they had a crystal ball, and wow what a blood bath it is for them, tail between their legs. I have second hand embarassment on your behalf peaky.
imtiaz0
21/5/2021
09:54
But your actions are likely to have caused others to lose money. Think about it
scubadiverr
21/5/2021
09:36
peaky, hope u neither sell Amigo below 13p nor top up more.
1choip
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