I have been reading this great site for over a month now...and I must say you all are wonderful. I am struggling with my payday loans and where to go next? I have closed my checking account, but the phone calls are driving me crazy how do I get the phone calls to stop from these crazed people! They are starting to call my work and I can't take these calls since I work in a hospital! It's embarassing! This is my terrible situation:
Credit Protection loan 625./pd. over 914.38 Geneva Roth(Loan Point USA?) 300./pd.990 CMG?(not sure who they are associated with) 250./pd over 825. WebPayDay-300./pd 655. Ameriloan-200./pd 180. ACC-300./pd 300. Impact Cash-300./pd 270. Paychecktoday-300./pd 360. Tremont Financial-300./pd 366. Little Loan Shop-200./pd 180. Internet Funding Corp-200./pd.180
Also has anyone ever used Langhorne? I have thought about using them since I just don't have time to deal with these people but I am scared that I will fall in a trap again! I work 2 jobs and have children so my time is very limited. Any input would be great! Thanks in advance!!!
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