I have a loan with Ace Cash. I dealt with them once before when I could not make a payment and they were horrible. Like a dummy, I ended up giving in to them, went and paid it off and took it right back out again. I have just had surgery this week and there is no way I can get over there to pay this. Plus, I really do not have the money right now. The gal at the store told me she could not hold my check. I know these people are going to be nasty. Should I take a chance on not being able to pay rent and go over there and pay them or just take my chances with dealing with their collection people? Help!
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