Has anyone heard of a Paul Walker? I received 2 very nasty voice messages from this man over the weekend on my work phone. He has a very heavy accent. He is wanting information on my attorney and said that I need to call him ASAP or all he can do is wish me luch. I believe this has something to do with Target Cash Now.
I took a $450 loan out with them and found out that they are illegal in my state (Ohio) so I emailed them the letter that I found on this forum. To date, I have paid $101.25 on this but had a previous loan which was paid in full or actually overpaid since they are illegal, so I shouldn't owe them anything.
How should I handle this person? I am very nervous about calling him back.
I also have a loan out with Rise Credit (formerly payday one) which is an internet installment loan. I am can not afford the payments that they are requiring. I have tried talking to them about alternate payment arrangements but they are unwilling to work with me.
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