I am in Ohio in february I took out a payday loan with Geneva Roth. They took too much money out of my account and i had to close it. I opened a new account and they tried to take money out of my new account. They had permission to get in the old account but not the new account. My bank said there wasnt anything that they could do and that they probably would try to take money out of any account I had now or in the future. Is this even legal? And if not how do i keep this from happening.
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