:confused:I have two payday loans that i thought i could consolidate into one payment. I found a company called solid ground financial that said they could help me but i am kind of scared to work with them mainly because they said i would have to close my bank account open a new one and that they have temporary power of attorney over me which i think is a little strange but anyways i have also tried to look up my state laws for payday loans and i really do not know what i am looking for. Ive heard a few people on here say to close ur account and send money orders and then some say dont because the company can sue and then some say to get try consolidation and then i see all these bad reviews and it really scares me. It just seems that its best to pay them off as i have contracted to do but the intrest is so outrageous that i can barely afford my other bills. I really dont know what to do at this point. Can anyone give me any advise or tips or anything that could help me?
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