I have paid spotloans $950 so far for a loan of $2000, I plan on paying only the principal back as I have sought advice on this forum before, but after contacting spotloans they refuse to agree on this, stating that I must pay the interest & fees as well that have already accumulated.
What are my options?
What will happen if I say F U and just stop paying back my principal?
I don't take kindly to scammers and from what i've seen they've taken double what people have owed them time and time again.
I already know your stance on this behavior, but I am seeking what legal action I am liable to in such a scenario, not for your moral advice.
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