I am hoping you could help me get some better answers. I see you post a lot and you seem to know what you are talking about. I have multiple online loans, some are considered PDL's and some are CSOs. Most of them are either registered or licensed in my state, which is Ohio. So I know I won't get much help there. My question lies with Plain Green Loans, which shows up in my checking account as Credit PGL LLC. I have looked both names up on my states elicense.com lookup site. The search does not bring up any information. When I use this site it does bring up some of my other lenders. My biggest concern is that PGL is telling me that because they are a tribal lender, they can sue me in their tribal courts and win a wage garnishment against me. Is this really possible? Thank you in advance for your insight with this matter. Thanks- Nikki
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