Just curious...I was in a bind back in late 07/early 08. I did get 3 internet PDLS....
Loan Point USA....originally for $300....I have paid
$660 towards it...it is down to $150.
E-Payday-Loan...originally for $300....I have paid $500 towards it...it is down to $200.
Quickest-Cash-Advance...originally for $300...paid $500 towards it...down to $250.
I guess I was stupid in the way these things work and got punked. They all come out of my checking account every two weeks...and when I have had extra money I try to put the extra $50 down. Now the two epayday and quickest cash automatically deduct the fee plus and extra $50 every two weeks and the fee drops then also. These loans have cost me thousands of dollars, and yes...it is a bit my fault for not understanding before I signed up for them. I have read others saying that they have paid all they need to and what not...is this the case for me as well...any help would be greatly appreciated.....Thanks
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