Nation worried sick about Wonga

wongaFile photo dated 13/11/2013 of the logo of money lending website Wonga, after the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced that Britain's biggest payday lender has agreed to pay more than £2.6 million in compensation to about 45,000 customers for "unfair and misleading debt collection practices".

Collection points are being set up all around the country to help raise the money required to keep Wonga in business.

A candlelit midnight walk will leave Wonga’s headquarters tonight as the public reflects on the beautiful things that Wonga have provided for our country.

Local concerned person, Peter Thape has witnessed the public selling furniture, and going without food to help put money in the collection tubs.

‘Our thoughts and prayers are with this altruistic company,’ said Thape.

‘They have shown us a side of humanity that few us new existed,’ added Thape.