geneva roth stated that since i electronically signed my loan documents and because i recevied emails for me to fax for paydown, i am responsible to keep paying. however, they will consider my loan "paid in full" if i paid them $300 more.
my original loan was for $300. paid $1080. asked for a refund of $780. i am not holding my breath on the refund...but i refuse to pay any more money.
i sent them ohio's law regarding licensure as an attachment to my response to their rebuttal.
not sure where this is going to go...but i am just tired of continuing with their games.
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