I reside in Florida and just discovered that Plain Green Loans is illegal in my state. I am going to my bank to have my account closed and changed. I have been paying on the loan for a year now and was wondering if there was anything I can do if the amount I paid back already equals more than the actual loan I took (since I legally only need to pay back the amount borrowed.
Also, what do I say to Plain Green when I contact them?
Thanks for all your help, thanks to this site I learned about my loan being illegal. I look forward to getting the help in this matter!
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