Gardner is the author of the mystery shopper report that last year exposed Lewis Group’s unlawful credit practices.
Summit Financial Partners has already filed multiple complaints to the National Credit Regulator over Capitec Bank's lending practices.
Now it is going to court.
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It’s bad for our economy when people are charged interest of 150% to 600%!— Clark Gardner, CEO of Summit Financial Partners
Capitec Bank asks three questions via the ATM, then gives the payday loan.— Clark Gardner, CEO of Summit Financial Partners
Only Capitec Bank has this product.— Clark Gardner, CEO of Summit Financial Partners
We’ve tried our best to get Capitec Bank to see this.— Clark Gardner, CEO of Summit Financial Partners
We want the court to tell Capitec Bank to refund those who took out these loans.— Clark Gardner, CEO of Summit Financial Partners
The dispute is of a technical nature… We strongly disagree with the allegations…— Capitec Bank statement
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