I live in Ohio and took out an installment loan with check n go online. Took out 3000 and by the time all the fees are added and the loan origination fee, I will pay over 7000 in about 8 months time. They deduct about half of each of my paychecks and I'm really struggling to stay afloat. I've called them to ask to adjust the payment amount and to deduct at different interval but still pay the loan off in full at the specified time. They tell me can't change the terms of the loan. Is there anything I can do? I've already almost paid off the principal amount in just 5 payments but haven't paid off the loan origination fee.
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