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I received a voicemail from both of these numbers...one on Monday and then one just last night. I call them and I get Bass & Assoc. and also, Jackson Phillips, I don't want to put them off if they are legit, but I want to get my research first. Does anyone know anything about them? Please let me know. I have been burned in the past by Anthony Galloway, so I just want to double check from now on. Thank you all very much!!

Btw....why do they all end in "& Associates"?




I forgot what the companies names where. Who do I find out and i changed my acc too.

Sub: #21 posted on Fri, 03/02/2007 - 09:51

jcf0727 jcf0727

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will this go on my credit?

Sub: #22 posted on Fri, 03/02/2007 - 09:52

jcf0727 jcf0727

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Oh but when I call these companies they give me Bass's # the 877-221-2220. What should I do then?

Sub: #23 posted on Fri, 03/02/2007 - 10:05

jcf0727 jcf0727

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I have had recent interaction with Jackson Phillips. A woman called my house, rude as can be, left a message that unless I took action by cob that day, yada, yada, yada. Based on the information I got from this site, I called her back and told her pdl's were illegal in my state, that I had contacted the AG's office and they wanted a copy of my contract. I told her I was prepared to do that, but what I wanted most of all was for the loan to 'go away'. It was a 300 loan that I had paid 180. I told her I would only pay them the remaining 120 I owed. She asked me to hold on, came back a few minutes later and agreed to it. I completely bluffed her. But what she DID tell me was that it most likely IS illegal in my state. I did the same thing to three others with the same result.

Sub: #24 posted on Fri, 03/02/2007 - 21:13

bettywright1950 bettywright1950

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what state do u live on are they really illegal?

Sub: #25 posted on Fri, 03/02/2007 - 21:25

prettygurl_6212001 prettygurl_6212001

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I believe they are. I live in Arkansas. Office front pdl's are legal. It's a gray area as far as internet pdl's. The AG office wanted me to file a complaint. I haven't yet but plan to on paydayloanyes. Another huge complaint I have is that the company I took the loan with, the company that debits my account and the companies that call are ALL different. I think they do that purposefully. Try to confuse.

Sub: #26 posted on Fri, 03/02/2007 - 21:32

bettywright1950 bettywright1950

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There is something else I have noticed. I see every court case filed in my county. I have NEVER, EVER seen a case where any of the internet pdl's were plaintiff's. I have seen some store front pdl's file but never an internet. That also reinforces that they are not legal. I also could not find where any of them were registered in my state.

Sub: #27 posted on Fri, 03/02/2007 - 21:36

bettywright1950 bettywright1950

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jcf0727: DO NOT GIVE THEM ANYMORE MONEY!!! They will rob you blind. They are crooked....would you send money to a crook? Hell no.

Sub: #28 posted on Fri, 03/02/2007 - 22:56

Anthony Lemons Anthony Lemons

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If anyone is actually considering sending any money to Bass and Associates, you need mental help. If they can not send you an official debt validation, then do not send them money. It is also against the law for them to report a debt to a credit bureau, without first following the legal paths, such as sending a validation of such debt. If they do report you, you can enjoy the benefits of THERE money to compensate you for mental anguish and other illegal practices. Throw a litle harrassment and extortion in there too.

Sub: #29 posted on Sat, 03/03/2007 - 18:47

Anthony Lemons Anthony Lemons

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Most Internet PayDay loan companies do not wish to enter the courtroom. It brings too much attention to their other activities; such as dealing in states that they are not licensed in. If you get a loan from a company, which you find out is not legally allowed to make loans to people in your state; take the money and run. It is all yours, and they dare not make a big issue out of it. They would rather lose a couple hundred dollars, than lose thousands in fines and penalties.

Sub: #30 posted on Sat, 03/03/2007 - 18:51

Anthony Lemons Anthony Lemons

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