does anyone have any experience ith always payday in ohio? I defaulted on a storefront loan ith them in may, I owed them a total of $599, i have already paid $100, they keep calling saying that i was supposed to pay !150 towards the balance. I am supposed to pay them $150 again this eekend which i said that i would, to get them off of my back, but i don't think i can give them that much right now. i need advice. how lonfg does it take before they try to take you court? Right no ehn they call me they call themselves the "pre-legal and collections dept for always payday". Has anyone here ever been takin to court by these people, and if so what happened?
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