Regions Financial is discontinuing its controversial short-term consumer loan product, the company announced Wednesday.
Birmingham, Ala.-based Regions is the first of six U.S. banks that offer so-called deposit advances to pull out of the marketplace. The bank said that it will offer a new secured loan to consumers who want to borrow as little as $250. It is also developing an unsecured line of credit for cash-strapped consumers.
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