I have had 2 lines of credit with cashnetusa over the past 2 years. 1 when I lived in northern VA, and one more recently when I moved to central florida. I have come on tough times financially and have been unable to keep up the payments. Reading on the forums here, I noticed that in Florida, the maximum amount cashnet extends is 500.00, however when my new loan was opened in september, they extended me 1100.00(same as prior amt I had in VA).
I made 1 payment before things went haywire for me, and now I show an amount in default which is basically the entire balance less one payment.
How should I proceed, and was it legal for them to extend that amt to start with?
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