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Lending Laws of Pennsylvania

In Pennsylvania, payday loans are prohibited. Small Pennsylvania loans are allowed but interest is capped at $9.50 per $100 borrowed and a maximum service charge of $1.50 per $50 each year, up to $150.

Currently, there are no payday loan centers in the state of Pennsylvania.

If payday loans are not available where you live, use our city pages to help locate a check cashing service and other financial products, if available.

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About Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is one of the 50 states in the United States of America. It is in the northeastern part of the country. It has a border with Ohio on the west, West Virginia on the south and west, Maryland and Delaware on the south, New Jersey on the east, and New York and Lake Erie on the north.

The state capital of Pennsylvania is Harrisburg. The largest city in Pennsylvania is Philadelphia. The state nickname of Pennsylvania is "The Keystone State".

Pennsylvania is well known for its role in the American Revolution, its large communities of Amish, and its heavy industry.

Pennsylvania is the 33rd largest states in the United States, with a land area of 44,817 square miles. The highest point in the state is Mount Davis, at 3,213 feet above sea level. The lowest point is the Delaware River, which is at sea level.

Pennsylvania is the 6th most populated state. In 2000, there were 12,281,054 people.

More than half of the people live in the areas of Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. Few people live in the north central area of the state. Towns and cities tend to be small in size and densely populated, more so than in other states. This is because many of the towns and cities in Pennsylvania were built around a specific factory or factories.

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