I"m caught in PdL hell, but think I've found a way out by stopping the auto ACH. Been reading and forgot just how great this site is. I have 6 Pay Day loans. Two are currently paid off. I must admit I didn't know about Tribal loans. Now, heres my question and it doesn't involve a PDL. Is Avant a a tribal lender and are they under the same laws as tribal PDLs when it comes to the interest and principle payback? I took out a loan for 1,300 in May of 2015. I've paid them 597.98 in principle. Have also paid 705.00 in interest. Do I legally owe them anything else? Let me know. Thank you.
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