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Time-to-time debt consolidation care community has discussed on matters associated with various collection agencies and thus generated an enormous storage of information on collectors. In our forums you can find people discussing about the collection agencies addresses, modus operandi, methods of harassment and so forth. You can read the personal experiences of the members on how they have fought back with collection agencies and learn from it.
Legality if LoansNGo By Tee on 18 May, 2013 I'm curious if LoansNGo is legal or not. What throws me off is this disclaimer on their website:
You should note, however, that we are a Utah registered lender and our loans are governed by Utah law, which may differ from the laws of the state wh...
David Williams By mom of two on 16 May, 2013 I just received two phone calls back to back at work from a David Williams at 217-396-3201. He told me that he had a matter to discuss with me that could be criminal in nature and that failure to comply would result in a issuance to e processed. He...
Missouri Usury Laws By anita77 on 15 May, 2013 I am being served with a court summons for a loan from quickclick loans llc (they are licensed in Missouri) for a $1100 loan, 24 months @ 96%. Does this Missouri Usury Law come into play? Please - I need any advice you can give. Thanks....
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