Subject: langhorne and epayday loan ok here is an update. the settlement with epayday was 400.00 i was told 350. whatever the case i have paid 350. now i am being told that i still owe 260.00 but erica is willing to accept 100.00 by friday. i am not paying no more than 50.00 i went through all of my emails and there was nothing mentioned that a specific date the money had to be paid by. also in all of my emails did langhorne starte "robin you need to have it in paid in full by this date or you will owe the full amount . having gone through this i have decide i would be better off cleaning up this mess MY SELF. ANY SUGGESTIONS AND/OR SUPPORT IS AND WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. i know that when i tell them this they are really going to come down on me.
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