States where payday loans are illegal


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Real quick these are the states that make it illegal for payday loans, if I missed a state someone reply with the state I missed.

Maine State Information
Legal Status: Prohibited - Permitted for supervised lenders

Vermont State Information
Legal Status: Prohibited

Massachusetts State Information
Legal Status: Prohibited

Connecticut State Information
Legal Status: Prohibited

New Jersey State Information
Legal Status: Prohibited

Maryland State Information
Legal Status: Prohibited

New York State Information
Legal Status: Prohibited

Pennsylvania State Information
Legal Status: Prohibited

North Carolina State Information
Legal Status: Prohibited

Georgia State Information
Legal Status: Prohibited

West Virginia State Information
Legal Status: Prohibited


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Sub: #1 Not worth arguing worth, I would just let this float to the bott
Mon, 02/22/2010 - 08:48



Not worth arguing worth, I would just let this float to the bottom of the page^^^

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Sub: #2 look at all u ppl...taking out a loan and looking for a loop hol
Mon, 02/22/2010 - 08:46



look at all u ppl...taking out a loan and looking for a loop hole not to pay it back--omg! SAD!!!!!!!!!!! if u cant afford not 2 pay the loan back then dont take the loan out!!!! no wonders americas in debt, ppl like u guys!!---IF U TAKE THE MONEY OUT.....PAY---IT---BACK!!!!! IT SEEMS TO ME LIKE U PPL NEVER HAD ANY INTENSION OF PAYING THIS BACK...THATS REALLY SAD---SAD


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Sub: #3 well how much was debited by the pdl's?if it equals the principl
Thu, 11/05/2009 - 13:50



well how much was debited by the pdl's?if it equals the principle.then you owe no more no matter what.i would definitly letthem know they are illegal,but alot of them are fully aware of that,and don't care.that is where your state AG comes in.file complaints.

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Sub: #4 What if you live in a state that you found out payday loans are
Thu, 11/05/2009 - 13:43



What if you live in a state that you found out payday loans are illegal and you are going to try to get help with repaying them can you use that as leverage against them its not that i dont want to pay my debt it is just that it is out of control


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Sub: #5 Thanks Shazzers!
Mon, 06/29/2009 - 09:38



Thanks Shazzers!


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Sub: #6 Contact the Division of Securities and Finance @ (850) 410-9805
Mon, 06/29/2009 - 07:53



Contact the Division of Securities and Finance @ (850) 410-9805 and ask them, this way you will be 100% certain. :)

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Sub: #7 Ok, so Storefronts are Legal, we got that... what about Internet
Mon, 06/29/2009 - 06:57



Ok, so Storefronts are Legal, we got that... what about Internet? Some people have said that they have to be Licensed in the state of FL to do business with people in FL.. others say that they don't. Just looking for any bit of clarification... does anyone have any more up to date info for the State of Florida?


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Sub: #8 The list done at some point last year referes to internet
Mon, 06/29/2009 - 06:51



The list done at some point last year referes to internet


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Sub: #9 For the most part store fronts are LegAL.
Mon, 06/29/2009 - 06:50



For the most part store fronts are LegAL.


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Sub: #10 THese are for "storefront" PDL's? WHat is the deal wit "Internet
Mon, 06/29/2009 - 06:40



THese are for "storefront" PDL's? WHat is the deal wit "Internet" PDLs? It shows PDLs as legal in FL, but with restrictions... what if it says "# of loans at one time : 1" but you have several?

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