I acquired two payday loans to help during a bad time and now I can't get them to stop taking money from my account. I borrowed 500.00 from Sure Advance on 7-31-12 and they've taken 859.00 this past 4-months from my account and are telling me today that I still owe 488.00. I got scared and called the other place. I got 1000.00 from It's My Pay Day through National Opportunities Unlimited on 7-11-12 and they've already taken 1820.00 from my account and state I still owe 800.00. I think I got desperate to catch up bills and got scammed. What do I do at this point? How do I find out if they are even licensed in Oklahoma for loans? I'm really stressed and don't have the finances to keep paying them.These people are worse than loan sharks. Please help me.:confused::confused::confused::confused:
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