So I've taken a couple of loans out from My Cash Now over the past year and have overpaid by $1000's on all of them. The last loan I took out was for $2000 back in December of 2012. I've been slowly repaying them back when I can (just the principal). I owe like $345 left on just the principal. My question is now that My Cash Now is out of business should I even bother repaying the rest since I've overpaid them in the past? Or should I just tell them to get bent since they've gotten enough money. I read that My Cash Now, Payday Max, Credit Protection Depot have been hit with a lawsuit and are going out if business. I've sent them all the appropriate letters and they never harass me. Just wondering if I should let it go since I've overpaid $$$ on other loans. Thanks for your input.
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