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grapes2800

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Sub: these people are crooks everest cash advance
Mon, 28/03/2011 10:55

I am a resident of Washington DC and this loan was made through the internet. Not going through this with you. The Department of Insurance Securities and banking will address the matter with you. You are not abiding by the laws and apparently are not licensed with DC which makes your argument weak. I will have the District officials handle the situation.

Thank you.

--- On Thu, 12/3/09, Kelley wrote:
[INDENT]From: Kelley
Subject: EVEREST CASH
Date: Thursday, December 3, 2009, 3:13 PM

I respect a consumer who researches the services to which he/she uses. With that being said when you applied for and agreed to the terms of the loan it would have behooved you to read the complete contract you were agreeing to. You are a citizen of the state of New York, however the contract was not made in the state of New York. The contract was complete via the World Wide Web, the governing law (clearly outlined in your contract) which you agreed to by your legal e-signature is based in the isle and providence of Nevis West Indies Bahamas. With all the information at hand I am still willing to work out arrangements to settle this account for the balance that is still owed. You may contact me at 866-794-3244 are feel free to send a email I am here from 8am – 5pm CST Monday-Friday.




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Sub: #1 I agree! they are definitely a group of crooks! The women i spokMon, 03/28/2011 - 10:55



I agree! they are definitely a group of crooks! The women i spoke with when i got my loan said that they would debit my bank account $150 the following week to cover the interest charge on the loan, then they would continue to debit my account until the $500 loan was paid off. Today i added up all the debits from my bank account by them after noticing they charged me again and it was $750! I called them an they said they charged me a $150 reoccurring interest fee each week! He said anything above the $150 would be put towards the principle???Thats not what i was told before when i talked to them! So basically i've paid them $750 in interest in 2 months and have not even touched the $500 principle! I am soooo pissed off! PLEASE PEOPLE STAY AWAY FROM THESE CROOKS!!!!! I WAS BETTER OFF BEFORE I TOOK THE LOAN OUT THAN I AM NOW!!!!


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Sub: #2 Grapes, You're done with them. They owe you a refund !!!!Mon, 01/11/2010 - 07:50



Grapes,

You're done with them. They owe you a refund !!!!


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Sub: #3 Laws of the Worldwide Web? Seriously? LOL!Sat, 01/09/2010 - 16:56



Laws of the Worldwide Web? Seriously? LOL!

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Sub: #4 Quote:Originally Posted by AnonymousIt is my understanding that Sat, 01/09/2010 - 07:05



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It is my understanding that when a payday loan contract shows the company is not from the us (IE nevis, west indies) the contract is legal per the laws of the world wide web not in the state that you reside in. With that being said, that also means that the company also does not have to have a lenders license for your state because they abide by the governing laws of Nevis, West Indies or the world wide web whichever it may be. It really does pay to read every little bit of a contract prior to signing it. Those contracts are legally binding. Not to mention that PDL's might seem like a good idea at the time, but in the long run they cause more financial stife than a person was in prior to taking out a payday loan.
This is incorrect, whatever state a person resides in, THAT state law prevails, period!!

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Sub: #5 It is my understanding that when a payday loan contract shows thFri, 01/08/2010 - 20:50



It is my understanding that when a payday loan contract shows the company is not from the us (IE nevis, west indies) the contract is legal per the laws of the world wide web not in the state that you reside in. With that being said, that also means that the company also does not have to have a lenders license for your state because they abide by the governing laws of Nevis, West Indies or the world wide web whichever it may be. It really does pay to read every little bit of a contract prior to signing it. Those contracts are legally binding. Not to mention that PDL's might seem like a good idea at the time, but in the long run they cause more financial stife than a person was in prior to taking out a payday loan.


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Sub: #6 This woman is claiming they are in the bahamas. Well, fine. I Thu, 12/03/2009 - 14:18



This woman is claiming they are in the bahamas. Well, fine. I live in Washington DC and last I checked, I had to abide by laws of the united states. They are illegal. Well, kelly had better be prepared for a knock down, drag out because I am ready. I am not going to let these people continue stealing from me. I believe they have no jurisdiction because if they are in bahamas and illegal-oh well. Anyway, I have paid $990.00 for a $300.00 loan. I have asked them to produce a money lenders license, which is required to do business in DC and they have not done it yet. Well, I do not believe I owe them anything. If my reasoning is incorrect, please someone correct me. Thank you.


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