I can't seem to get this posted :( Hopefully this is now wo
Wed, 07/16/2008 18:18
I have read quite a few different things on this site about what steps to take - I'll admit I'm a little clueless on what order to do things in. I am going to ask my bank to put a stop on ACH (I have a storefront too so I don't think I can just close my account). I bank with Wells Fargo if that makes any difference.
NatnlMoney Store 500 Total Paid 83.33
Midwest 300 Total Paid 150
Greenlight 200 Total Paid 162.50
DiscountAdvances 300 (withdraws under credit portection loan_ Total Paid 105
Magnum_Z 300 Total Paid 270
SDS 300 Total Paid 270
Cash Advance Network 400 Total Paid 755
United 350 Total Paid 950
Geneva Roth 200 Total Paid 600
ameriloan 400 Total Paid 1180
Zip Cash 500 Total Paid 1600
ACC 300 Total Paid 352.50
My next paycheck is 07/25 so I have some time to work with my bank and stuff - at least I hope so
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