Can anyone answer a couple of questions for me?
1. Are the offices of Ed Overcash a reputable company or bottom feeders? The way they handled themselves seemed a little shady.
2. How can I determine if Think Cash (installment lender) is licensed to lend in KY and what my local laws are regarding installment lender on the internet? I found out the Pay Day One is illegal in KY and since both are affiliated with Think Cash I want to do my homework.
Any information is much appreciated.
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