OK HERE IT IS I CURRENTLY HAVE 17 ONLINE PDLS. IHAVE TALKED TO LANGHORNE THEY SEEM OK. BUT IT WOULD BE AT LEAST 3 MONTHS BEFORE ANY SETTLEMENTS WOULD BEGIN THERE FEES WOULD BETAKEN OUT OF THE 505.00 THEY WANT ME SET ASIDE EACH MONTH. FEES THE FIRST 3 MON. WOULD BE 484.00 TOTAL AFTER 6 MONTHS 1900.00. AS STATED I HAVE 17 PDLS.GRAND TOTAL 5350.HERE IS A LIST OF WHO THEY ARE AND HOW MUCH HAS BEEN PAID BACK.
1.instantloansnow-500- not due till 1-25-08
2.yourcash-300-pd 288 on it this includes 3financefees plus 50dollar paydown.
3.cashnetusa-400- not due till 1-25-08
4.littleloanshoppe-300- not due till1-25-08
5.loanshoponline-300- 2rollovers total 180.00
6.vinceenterprisesltd-300-pd305 this includes 3rollovers&50on the balance.
7.quickestcashadvance-300- not due till1-25-08
8.epaydayloans-300- 90 rollover
9.paydaycashlink-300- pd 265 includes 2rollovers& 50on the balance.
10.paydayloanyes-350-pd155 includes 105 finanace fee& 50 onbalance
11.b&lmarketing-200- pd.120in rollovers
12.edollarsdirect-300-pd 305 includes 3rollovers& 50paydown
14.usfastcash-300- not du till 2-01-08
15.unitedcashloans-300- pd 180 refi. charges
16. cashtransfercenters-300- not due till 1-25-08
17.big-225-pd 1 refi.charge 80
all are current i have questions on how to deal with them. i have closed my account already. so i have 2 weeks till the fun begins. if you can help that would be great.
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