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Proponents of advance-pay services point to the cycles of poverty and debt that lower-wage workers can get trapped in when they turn to payday lenders for financial help between paychecks. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A Minneapolis startup has joined the pay-advance app field, at a time when workers who live paycheck to paycheck are finding such apps very appealing and much easier to work with than old-school payday lenders.


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