I am currently residing in the state of South Carolina on March 29, 2013 I recieved a interent loan from Cash In A Wink of $300.00 dollars to date I have paid $517.00 dollars. On the 30th June 2013 I informed Cash In A Wink that I have already paid what I borrowed however they informed me that I have a balance of $262.00 dollars and since I closed my bank account they will be do a wage garnishment. Should I just pay the $262.00 or go to my payroll personnal? Also, I also have a payday loan with National- Payday loan of $300.00 paid $228.00 dollars to date I informed them that I will pay $80.00 to have my account be paid in full, however they are stating I owe more than $80.00. Need advice how how to handle these two matters.
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