Payday lender Wonga has reported surging profits as its number of customers swelled to more than one million.
- Profits after tax rose 36% to £62.5 million during 2012 - the equivalent of more than £1 million a week.
- Revenues surged 67% to £309.3 million.
- The controversial online lender lent £1.2 billion in the year, a rise of 68%.
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