I live in Florida and have several payday loans, on is with Big Picture Loan, AWL, Spot Loan are these legal loans in Florida?
Big Picture Loan keeps changing the amount I owe them it went from 1100, 3500, now they are trying to say I owe over 10000. AWL I have paid them 2200 for a $700 loan and they say I still owe over 465. I have stop the ACH but what do I do now? Thank you for your time.
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