List of Payday lenders--- loans and amounts paid. HELP PLEASE!!
Date: Sun, 06/06/2010 11:52
I am so happy I stumbled on to this forum. I am in PDL hell-- and I need help. I can't believe I have been this stupid... Below is a list of PDL companies, the amount borrowed, and the amount paid back. I have listed internet and stor front. I am in Ohio. Thank you in advance for your help!
CashNetUsa-- 1250 borrowed-- due to be taken out next Friday.
Collect 500- borrowed 500- paid 925.00
Integrity- Borrowed 500- paid 1325.00
Nationwide- borrowed 300- paid 924.00
Southern- borrowed 200- paid 650
Northway- borrowed 425- 560 due to be taken next Friday
CashJar- borrowed 500- paid 1300.00
Sure Advance- borrowed 300- paid 675
Goverment Employee Credit- borrowed 500- paid 957.00
Payday loan- borrowed 200- paid- 625
CK Marketing- borrowed 500- paid 1,300
East Side Lenders- borrowed 300- paid 625
Payday 1 -borrowed 200- paid 525
All of the store fronts are due next Friday. I have closed my account--- and we have opened a new account with a dfferent number. Our Credit Union has been great about this. I have ach payments that will be rejected next Friday. Scares me to death-- what will happen next! Can you help me determine who is legal from and internet standpoint?? And-- is there any payment options for the store front lenders???
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