How difficult is of to deal with plain green and mobile loans? I have overpaid mobile loans, owe $665.55 to plain greens on current loan, on previous loans with plain green I overpaid them over $3000.00 I e mailed plain green and received a generic e mail that someone will get back to me. Is this to be expected. I told plain green that I was willing to pay the balance of my current loan, my loan was for $1400.00 and would not ask for a refund for the previous loans. I just want this to be over with. Did I do the right thing? And would they even respond to my e mail, I used the one suggested on this forum. Thanks. I reside in florida and understand they are not legal here
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