ok so i have made the same mistake and took out IPDL's like others, i got a call today from them saying they were a lawyer firm in my state(i tracked phone number and it was in my state) and that if i didnt speak with them and arrange some sort of payment then i was commiting fraud and they would go ahead with a court summons. so ok i got scared, i made the payment right then. so i guess im wondering if i made a mistake doing that, they would never leave a voicemail for me when they called before, they called all hours, and they asked what bank my card was through? just seems strange now after my panic attack you can say. i did owe that IPDL a little bit of money and was more than willing to pay my debt.
all i have left is 2 IPDL
advancemetoday- borrowed 500- paid 1512.50 tried to log into my account with them and it says loan status-charge off
usfastcash- borrowed 350- paid 210 so far
they reason i stopped paying was advancemetoday was draining my account and leaving the others as NSF's. so i sent off a letter to usfastcash stating im willing to pay the 140 i still owe. no email received back yet.
should i be worried about anything? should i be looking over my shoulder??? help im scared and dont know what to do.........i have all these awful thoughts eating me alive!!!
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