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A Thursday guest opinion (“Payday lenders’ Web site distorts truth”) contained errors:

• The Center for Economic and Education Literacy receives no funding from the payday loan industry.

• The center’s Web site does not mention or promote car title loans.

• Rick Berman heads a communications, advertising and government affairs firm in Washington, D.C. He is not a registered lobbyist.

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