Well BBB closed my complaint and the last thing ameriloan said was they would accept $80 instead of the $160 they wanted in the first place. My loan was in the amount of $200 I pd $150 and $30 of it was a return fee so i am paying the $30 fee plus the remaining $50.
I ended up emailing them directly stating that i will agree to the $80 but i will not send it out no later than the 13th, when they wanted the 5th.
Maybe do have a heart... We will see as long as they stay out of my acct., i am sending this to them through moneygram.
any thoughts, please pass them on.
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