I have 10 payday loans out. Wait, it gets worse. I never told my husband, the person who is supposed to be my partner, I have been paying on some of them for 2 yrs. I guess the real reason why I never told my husband is because of his temper and illness. I have 3 small children and just wanted to avoid a fight. I seriously thought I could get out of them and I came close several times, but something always comes up. I went to the bank today and placed 2 types of stop payments on them, one against the company and one for the check itself. The tell actually told me about the one against the company, they are normally $25.00 per stop payment but since I had sooooo many she said she would just charge me $75.00. I fessed up to my husband, which was the hardest thing I have ever had to do. He is beyond mad and not sure if he wants a divorce over this. I tried to explain the reason I did not tell him is because at the time I started taking these loans out he was in the hospital and I couldn't bring myself to put another worry on him, but he is right that is no excuse. Anyways, my question is can I go to jail for placing a stop pay on these checks. Please, please, please, pray for me. I am planning on filing bankruptcy in the next couple of weeks because of medical bills, payday loans, etc. Thank you for being here, I just need to vent and make sure my children are not at stake here. I know you reap what you sow, but like I said I cannot live without my babies. Thanks again and God Bless.
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