is Mobiloans legal to Florida residents? is it a CSO?
Thu, 07/18/2013 17:31
I have defaulted on a payday loan and I was wondering if the loan was legal to begin with. Florida's maximum loan amount is $500 and I borrowed $900. Of course, this happened before I read articles on this forum. I haven't paid anything so far, but my account is closed. Do I just owe them the $500? Or the $900? Help!
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