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Wonga wants to improve its reputation

Condemned as "immoral and unjust" by the Church of England and sparking outrage for its 5,838% interest rates, payday loan company Wonga doesn't have the cleanest of reputations. New chairman Andy Haste promises to change that by putting the customer first.

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