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.
--- On Thu, 12/3/09, Kelley wrote:
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 â€“ 5pm CST Monday-Friday.
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