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Is payday support center a scam



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Sub: Is payday support center a scam
Sat, 09/03/2013 06:48

Before I start making payments to this company in Mobile, Al. I would like to no if they are not scanning me. Thanks



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Sub: #1 DO NOT GET INVOLVED!!Thu, 01/23/2014 - 08:14



We sent over 500 dollars to them and nothing! Not one piece of evidence proving they submitted contact paperwork to the lenders. I cannot believe we got involved with them. Do not waste your time. All they will do is tell you to close your account and then let them handle the rest. In my opinion, you can close your account on your own and THEN contact the lenders and they will work with you


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Sub: #2 payday supportTue, 12/17/2013 - 09:26



I wouldn't recommend these people either after I paid all my money I haven't heard from anyone about my loans im still getting phone calls from the lendor s I've been taken to court and I've end up paying more than what I actually borrowed. These people are a ripoff. What can I do?


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Sub: #3 payday support centerMon, 11/18/2013 - 14:47



i used these people they did not do what they said and would only give me a small refund after i complaind.....i urge you to report them to deleted.i did.....


sorry but no solicitory links,or urls.pm



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Sub: #4 Payday Loan Debt. Need OutTue, 11/05/2013 - 12:16



I live in Maryland and have these online payday loans: Plain Green, Spotloan and Cashnet USA. They all charge these ridiculous fees: I have paid off a significant amount to each and still have more to go. The balances are $900, $500 and $1600 respectively. What can I do to get out of these and get on a payment plan?


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Sub: #5 payday support centerSun, 10/27/2013 - 15:30



I wouldn't recommend using these people at all. They are full of bull, you pay them and then they out source you to a third party company after you have made your payments. You end up paying them hundreds of dollars and then the third party company still has to get your balance lowered with the lenders and you end up on another payment plan, so you end up paying money two times over. I figured by now I could have just kept paying on my own a little every month. I'm sure it wouldn't have totaled out to what I'm in for now.


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Sub: #6 You can do this yourselfTue, 10/08/2013 - 11:30



tell us what state you are in, names of lenders, how much borrowed, and how much paid back. Do not go with a company that says they will get you out of the payday loan trap. This will only cost you more money...when you can get help from us for free!!


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Sub: #7 Payday loansFri, 10/04/2013 - 17:19



I've got 3 payday loans and the guy told me to send 88 dollars thru money gram and that they would take care of the rest


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Sub: #8 great that you settled withTue, 09/10/2013 - 13:33



great that you settled with your pdls


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Sub: #9 payday supportTue, 09/10/2013 - 10:31



Ditto for me until I finally caught on. Live in PA and PDLs are illegal esp the 2 I had (Magnum, discount advances). Sent them a long letter, expressing my dissatisfaction that I essentially paid them over $700 in fees and charges to send out 2 validation letters. That turns out to be $200+ per letter. In the end, they did give me a small refund ($115). I've successfully settled with my other pdls on my own. What a bunch of crooks; I think all these places are hooked into the payday lending network.


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Sub: #10 You can do this yourself. Mon, 08/26/2013 - 05:38



You can do this yourself. Get out of the program...it only costs you more money. List your state, names of lenders, how much originally borrowed, and how much paid back to date. Answer these questions and we can help you further.



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