How's everyone doing? In feburary I did a payday loan with kenwoodservices services only. As you know a bunch of emails came after signing up but kenwoodservices is the only one I verified with over the phone and my bank to get the funds.
Checking my statement later in I see that emerald marketing funded me $300 towards my account. I never did any e-signature or no talk over the phone or any verification with my bank. I just recently checked my past emails and seen an email from them just stating that they are funding the money and unless I call to cancel the funds will be sent. I never read that email because I only signed up for kenwoodservices and did the verification and thought the rest of the emails were scams.
Now a woman named Lori is telling me I owe $510 and if I don't pay she has to go to her attorney and serve me papers and possibly pay up to $1500. I got off the phone yesterday making arrangements to pay $255 this friday and then the rest on the 29th. She wanted to settle for $390 if I could pay on the spot but obviously I can't.
So what or is there anything I can do to avoid this or take care of this without dishing out this money. I don't know who to go to or call for help and I don't want to dish out the money if I don't have to on friday because I have rent and other important bills.
I live in new York state. Im in desperate need for any info or help before friday comes to find out if they are really going to sue me or give up extra money to them. Please help me out. Thank you in advance
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