Everyone helped me a few years ago to settle some loans I took to help pay for my cancer bills that I did not know were illegal tribal loans. I just received a letter from Midwest Fidelity I attached. I'm not sure what to do with this. First of all, I don't remember even taking a loan from Uncle Warbucks. Second of all, I looked the company up and Uncle Warbucks is a Canadian tribal company. Can Midwest make me liable for this? and will this end up on my credit report if I don't pay it? I have fought hard the past five years and finally got my credit score back up to 700's and some money in my account.
I did some research and see Midwest fidelity is a scumbag company in Kansas and work with a lot of tribal companies and I read a lot of complaints. They are calling my phone multiple times a day with a robot saying this matter is within legal grounds for collection when I listen to the message. Midwest does show up on Florida license database, but I don't see Uncle Warbucks licensed anywhere. Please help! What should I do next?
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