Loanshop/isle has debited my account $90 for the last nine paydays for a $300 loan. I have been trying to cantact them for the last 8 paydays to pay the amount in full. Until yesterday, the number they submitted to my bank didn't work, and yesterday it worked but no one answered. Only some type of message or hold recording. I don't mind paying for the high rate loan since I did receive the money, but I have currently given them $810 and have not been allowed the opportunity to pay them back. My bank will give me the money back if I sign an affidavit, and I am considering doing that if I can't get in contact with anyone. Never have they even lowered the original amount, they just keep taking $90 out of my check every payday (every two weeks). I live in Texas. Any suggestions or guidance.
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