I have several outstanding payday loans with the following companies in California and am wondering if someone can tell me if any of them fall into the category of being illegal within CA. I need to research my bank statements, but I am pretty sure I have overpaid the principal on each loan:
I do not balk toward paying the principal on what I borrowed. But I am just recently learning many of these companies may be illegal based on their APR practices and would like to get from beneath the hole I buried myself in if I am being illegally taken to the bank each pay day.
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