Seems like a common theme with these PDL companies!!! I too put myself in a bad situation gone worse by taking out several pay day loans.. some to help pay the original... a cycle that is neverending! I am paying 2400.00 month in "fees" and am not even paying off the principal!!! What was I thinking!!! I have read dozens of posts and they are legal in TX... however I see where they have abused the law and several people have been able to get out of these by getting a paid in full status.. can someone help me on where to start and how to figure out if in fact I can legally get out... and then how???so much information.. I have become to hate payday... Any advise would be greatly appreciated!!!
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