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door-step lending

door-step lending
 n.— «Again it is the current state of the economy that is to blame—a drying of liquidity has seen a reduction in sub-prime lending, often known as “door-step lending.”» —“Lloyds insurance warns on rogue trading” Economy News (United Kingdom) May 27, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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