One Anon: "Hopefully we brightened their day, but there's also a serious message. I mean, is it right that a few individuals should make a handsome profit out of other people's misfortune?"
Another said "The banks have had government handouts to lend to people and make a profit from. That's our money - tax-payers money - that we're having to borrow back at extortionate rates, and for what? To make rich people even richer. If the government really represented us they would be lending to ordinary people for free."
Not everyone agreed. The manager of one of the moneylenders visited said "We're not as bad as Wonga; people should target them instead."
The day of action on November 5th was billed by Anonymous as the "Million Mask March" and by the People's Assembly Against Austerity as "The Bonfire of Austerity". Actions took place in around 500 locations worldwide.
45% of households in Wales are in debt:
Meanwhile Wonga reported pre-tax profits of £84.5m for 2012: