I received the below email from Hydra. I revoked my ACH on 08/05 b/c my original loan was $300 and I paid back $450. My account is still open for various reason. I know the best way to stop this is to close my account. Right now, I cannot.
Do I contact this company? Phone or email? I don't want a lawsuit, but at the same time I've already overpaid this stupid loan.
Your loan with Hydra Financial Limited Fund II has been transferred to Berman & Rabin P.A. effective immediately for servicing. Your current balance of $390.00 will be frozen at this amount. Berman & Rabin will begin withdrawing your loan payments on the scheduled pay dates you provided during the original loan application process. Your payments will continue to run on each of your pay dates until your loan is paid in full.
You will no longer receive email notifications from firstname.lastname@example.org since your account has been transferred to Berman & Rabin P.A. Hydra Financial Limited Fund II has not debited your account since on or before August 5, 2013.
If you have concerns regarding your upcoming payment schedule, please contact Berman & Rabin at 1-877-746-2201 or email@example.com.
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