Seem like the state of Nevada along with the federal trade commission has filed suit against these companies. You can look and see if your company is on there and know they are an illegal entity formed under the pretense of being a federally protected legal tribe. I knew my two payday lenders, 500fastcash and oneclickcash, were that. It states it at the bottom of their website. There is no address for them on their site and only a customer service email and toll free number. Am still searching to see if I can come up with an address.
In the meantime, if you have a loan with any of these companies, contact the FTC and file a claim. I just did. You may not see a penny of your money back but we need to let the FTC know these companies are skirting the laws of the United States by forming companies under federally protected Indian tribes.
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