I have an installment loan at check n go, which is in default. I have made 3 payments of 336.00, but they are saying I still owe 1700.00 on a 1500.00 installment. I can pay them the $237.00 this week to get out default, but all that will do is give me 2 weeks, then I will be back at the same place I am. I asked about a repayment plan, but was told no. I also have 3 internet payday loans. One is payday1, which I have been paying, and have paid the principal, but now still have seven payments of 109.00 left on a $500.00 loan!!! Crazy. I and have 2 other internet loans, one in default, and one that I have paid $100.00 on a $500.00 loan to. On the internet loans, my checking account was closed, so the only one that has my current bank account info is payday one. Can anyone help me out of this mess???
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