Since diagnosed with a rare cancer, I have had to take out some installment loans. I have never missed a payment and have already paid what I borrowed. I am in Florida and just learned that I may not be liable to continue to pay these companies. Is this true? PLEASE tell me this is true!! All this stress is making me even more sick.
Best choice 123: borrowed: $2000 paid to date: $5566.22 ; $506 biweekly until 2/2018 Radiant Cash: borrowed: $1100 paid to date: $2000; $217 biweekly until 12/2017 Loans@last: borrowed: $1000 paid to date: $1500; $262 biweekly until 5/2018
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