I took a payday loan out in 2005 through cAshnet.com for 300.00 made a few payments on it and lost my job had no choice quit paying.. I will be honest i forgot all about it til i received a call from PeachTree LAw Center.. I set up payment arrangements with them everything was going fine until they started taking double payments in july 1 payment authorized 1 payment not authorized. I have been fighting with them for 3 weeks to return the money. The card isnt even mine its my girlfriends who gave them authorization to deduct 25.00 1 a month on the 16th. The Rep my g/f talked with yesterday got all upset because my g/f told him that she works in a call center and knows how they operate and that he needs to learn how to talk to people. The rep responded with he doesnt work in a call center he works in a law firm he didnt even seem to care about the reall reason for the call...Well any way I cant seem to find much info on Peachtree Law Center as in are the licensed in minnesota? CAn anyone help me. I have no problem paying back the 300.00 and only have 5 more dollars to go, but with all the fees tacked on i owe 505.00 more.
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