I have been a lurker here for a while. I have some pdl's and from reading others stories I have called and made some arrangements. My question is regarding a company called Cashback Payday Loans in Nevada.
I did an online pdl with them.. for $450 + fees of $562.50
I did 4 automatic roll overs & then I called them to make an agreement. So they agreed to have me do 5 payments of $112.50. The first one was just the refi fee and then the other 4 would be to pay off the loan. Here's the thing, they should have debited $112.50 on Friday Aug 8th which would have been the first payment towards principal, but they didnt.
So What should I do? Should I call them? I actually dont have the money for them to debit this time, but will next payday
I am in the State of Washington, so I have figured out that they are not legal in WA. I know I could send them a letter that I have found that they are not legal & stuff, but I dont want to go thru the hassle of closing and reopening bank accounts if I dont need to. Im ok with makeing their 4 payments if thats what they want, but Im wondering what should I do since they didnt do the debit?
with the 4 roll-overs, I did pay them back the initial amount loaned.
Other pdls are Nationwide cash $300 for $390 4 roll overs and am now doing a paydown
Cashnet $450 for $512.50- which actually I think my bank just returned
and cash Central $500- $575 which will completely pay off on 8/22
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