Green Gate didn't take my ACH revocation email as well as Clear Loans or Great Plains.
Please keep in mind that payments options nor terms of the loan agreement have not changed since your first loan taken out with Green Gate Services on 4/10/2017. Green Gate Services is a properly licensed tribal lending entity wholly owned by the Big Lagoon Rancheria, California, a sovereign nation located within the United State of America, operating within the Tribe’s Reservation and governed by the Tribe’s Regulatory Authority.
As stated in your loan agreement, upon your signature and acceptance of the Loan Agreement, you entered into a Loan Agreement with a Federally Recognized American Indian Tribe and as such, the laws of the state where you reside are not applicable to this loan agreement. Green Gate Services is a legal tribal lending entity offering installment loans to consumers and is not violating tribal or applicable federal laws. Therefore, you are obligated to perform to the terms you agreed to under the loan agreement. Our corporate offices are in fact located in Arcata, CA., specifically 600 F St. Suite 3 #721.
Please refer to the Governing Law and special note portion of your contract for detailed information. Our installment loans are intended to be short-term solutions that would be paid off within a few months. We do strive to ensure that our customers understand that we are an installment loan company and the customer has complete control of all payments and how much is paid back on their loan. No refunds will be issued since we are working within the terms of a signed contract.
Since we do obtain sovereign immunity, we are in full compliance with tribal lending laws and applicable federal lending laws. We are not required to follow State laws and you will be bound by the terms of the agreement with Green Gate Services.
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