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The Change Company Closes $75 Million Senior Debt Offering

IRVINE, Calif. , September 24 /Businesswire/ - “The Change Company will continue to expand its partnerships to reach more underbanked consumers in more underserved markets across the United States.” Steven Sugarman, -- Founder, The Change Company


STORY TAGS: California, Professional Services, Other Consumer, Consumer, Residential Building & Real Estate, Finance, Construction & Property, Banking, United States, North America, Funding,

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