Hello, I had to recently take out a $500 payday loan in September to help pay of my rent. I am currently paying $20 on my premium weekly (bringing my weekly payments to $82). I called the loan company to see what my remaining balance for the loan was. I still have a $568 balance. I can not afford this unfortunately and it seems that this has just put me into a larger hole of debt. I also just was made aware that in the state I live in, payday loans are illegal. I found a lender named Green Trust Cash online that is not based in the state of ct (where I live).
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