I just got a second response from ameriloan the first time they were offering me to pay $160 of a $200 loan when i have already pd $150. I declined the offer and ameriloan responded back with saying they were standing by the first offer!!
Now this offer of $160 to pay they want by sept 5, i cant do that, should i try and go back again and at least see if they will agree on a different date!!
I was offereing to pay them $50 because that is all i feel i owe them, no more, since i found out the hard way they are not legal!!
Please give suggestions, thanks
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