Roundup of Social Lending News – September 1, 2012

Every Saturday I bring you the latest news from the world of peer to peer lending. These are the best of the news articles and blog posts from around the web that I shared on Twitter this past week.

It was a very light news week to say the least. The biggest news item of the week was one that was not very flattering to p2p lending at all. I am ok with writers not liking p2p lending as an investment but I don’t appreciate it when a widely read website makes false and misleading statements which is the case on this Business Insider article below. I had to make a comment which they thankfully published. In more positive news it is good to see SocietyOne making some headway in the p2p lending space down under. Enjoy your long weekend.

Business Insider – Think Twice Before You Jump On The Peer-To-Peer Investing Bandwagon

Brave New Life – Lending Club Update: August 2012

Australian Anthill – How P2P Lending is Making its way Down Under

Money Talks News – 8 Ways to Earn More on Your Savings

National Family Mortgage – National Family Mortgage Hits $50 Million in Peer-to-Peer Lending (press release)

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