I took out a loan from cashnetusa for $850.... now the total is $1064 with fees. The due date is this Friday and being that I just lost my job I don't have the money to pay them what they want and I'm going to be forced to default. I have a baby on the way so I won't be getting another job anytime soon. What steps should I take with this company to make this right? The most I can afford to send them as payment is $20 a month. If I'm making small payments can they still sue me? Would it be pointless? And if i'm sued since I don't have a job.... any savings, or own a house (it's only in my husbands name) can they do anything? Will I go to jail? I don't want it to come to all this. I want to make payments, and if I'm in a position where I can pay more I would but it's just not possible at this time. When I took out the loan I was living in Maryland I have since moved to PA if that makes any difference.
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