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Has any one heard of legal mediation services in flordia or know anything about them they are threatening jail time for a payday loan




What is the FTC by the way?? I'd like to contact them also.

Sub: #31 posted on Mon, 08/28/2006 - 20:29

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FTC stands for Federal Trade Commission. Once you file a complaint with them, they compile all the complaints together and once they have enough complaints they will take action. Also, once you file a complaint, you can go in and update the complaint as needed.

Sub: #32 posted on Mon, 08/28/2006 - 20:31

Not so Lucky Not so Lucky

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I would be willing to help you out. I hope you get all these lying jerks have to give. I have already paid my loan back since they scared the shit out of me while I was working, I had to borrow a little from a few good friends, but now I feel like a mooch. I try to be responsible with all of my credit ventures, but sometimes things happen whereas a person cannot pay the amount they ask for within like 3 hours, I think they gave me. I wish I had found this site sooner and looked at my rights. You do whatever you have to do jeff to stick it to them!!

Sub: #33 posted on Mon, 08/28/2006 - 20:38

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DD. I plan to make sure that enough noise is made that this slows down and eventually stops. Don't get me wrong, I do not say that anyone should not pay back a loan, but when the line is crossed, then action is required. What's funny is that there is a line in the Constitiation that kind of addresses this. It says that when a wrong is observed that it is your DUTY to take actioin. And though I am paraphrasing, the meaning is the same. Please let me know if you would be willing to provide some info to me to assist in this case.

Thanks

Draavyn

Sub: #34 posted on Wed, 08/30/2006 - 12:13

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I forgot to use my real name...jeff. And DD, please see my profile and leave a message with your contact info. Thanks again.

jeff

Sub: #35 posted on Wed, 08/30/2006 - 12:22

draavynknight draavynknight

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Its the CA's DUTY to correct all u debtor's wrongs... u guys go months w/o paying it back and the p-day loan companies often wait to send the debts out just to help u guys out, I am in the business in some way(not telling how).. but its insane how u can gripe about a CA using scare tactics to get the clients money back. YOU WONT PAY IT OTHERWISE! Pay it back when its due and there are no worries. And yes there are civil penalties for doing these loans and defaulting on them, read ur contract!

Sub: #36 posted on Wed, 08/30/2006 - 12:45

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Hay laughing dude! Where in the contract does it say that they can be arrestedf and sent to prison for defaulting? could you clarify that for me since you seem to know what you're talking about?

Sub: #37 posted on Wed, 08/30/2006 - 20:14

Jedi Mistress Ari Jedi Mistress Ari

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Ha Ha...I find it pathetic that you stand on your ridiculous beliefs about other peoples situation of which you know nothing about. I find it typical that you hide behind anonymity instead of telling who you really are...but being part of the rampant problem with collection agencies, perhaps cowardice is what they teach you. Perhaps if the collector did their job in way the law requires, these forums would not exist. So my advice to you is this, Get a REAL JOB, and take some of that money you seem to have from the pretend job you have and buy a REAL PERSONALITY. Perhaps if you do that you will have a REAL LIFE.

I have a profile here if you would like to continue this "discussion". However, since an adult discussion requires some intelligence, you may be out of your league.

Cheers.

jeff

Sub: #38 posted on Thu, 08/31/2006 - 05:17

draavynknight draavynknight

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Nicely done Jeff! He's not a real collector anyway! I used to be a real collector, and collections is all about serving our clients with professionalism, and approaching each debtor with an open mind in order to help them find a resolution that benefits all three parties, the creditor, the debtor, and the collector. it is very possible for a collector to restore the confidence of a debtor. I would know, I've done it!

Sub: #39 posted on Thu, 08/31/2006 - 09:57

Jedi Mistress Ari Jedi Mistress Ari

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I appreciate that. I have dealt with negotiating with clients and yes it is all about approaching them not only with an open mind, but in the same way or better that how you would like to be approached on this matter. I feel laughing boy, as he does not merit the term man, is a coward and part of the problem.

Thanks again.

jeff

Sub: #40 posted on Thu, 08/31/2006 - 10:06

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