ok. I have been lurking around the site and decided to post question and will continue to post my story in getting out of this PDL nightmare. I currently have FOUR PDLs. Kept getting them to get out of having the first PDL. Okay so I am in Virginia here is the info.
paydaywiz- internet had a loan for 400 I have paid them 600! just in interest/renew
collect500 had a 2 loans for 400 hav epaid a total of 1442!
First Bank of Delaware (now think cash) I won't post the info since I know they are legal and I have to pay...BUT because I am closing my bank account, any suggestions on how I pay them? I don't want them to have my new account number.
the most recent loan is with Blue hole Financial- This is an internet lender. Has anyone heard of them? Are they legal??? I took out 300 and have paid them 180 thus far so I know I legally owe them 120 still, but again I am closing my bank account TOMORROW. any suggestions on how to pay them would be welcomed.
So I am offically closing my BOA account tomorrow. I will go into bank and follow all of the suggestions offered on this thread: put a freeze, deposit only, and close it!!!! Stop ACH's also!!!! I will put this all in writing. I have already stopped my paycheck from hitting this account and opened one with a different bank. Hopefully they will not let the ACH's through. Do I need to get specific ACH numbers or can I just say stop ALL?
Any help with knowing about any of these PDL companies and how to handle those specific ones: collect500, blue hole financial, and paydaywiz would be greatly appreciated!
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