Legal Advice for Payday Loans — 13 results
Written by attorney Robert Adams, 6 months ago.
If you have ever taken out a Payday loan, you probably know they are extremely hard to get rid of. Payday loans have become a huge industry able to charge unbelievable interest rates. Going... more
Written by attorney Christine Adams, about 1 year ago.
A SHORT TERM LOAN THAT BECOMES A LONG TERM PROBLEM The trap If you have ever taken out a Payday loan, you probably know they are extremely hard to get rid of. Payday loans have become a... more
Written by attorney Edward Hanratty, 6 months ago.
An overview of your rights if you owe a payday lender An Overview of Your Rights New Jersey is one of those sixteen states in the United States of America that have completely banned payday... more
Written by attorney Ryan Moran, 11 months ago.
Payday loans are a practice in which a licensee may lend money to a consumer. These loans are disbursed by cash, check, or money order. Payday loans are regarded as very predatory due to... more
Written by attorney Charles Smith, almost 2 years ago.
Why You Are Not Going To Be Arrested For Not Paying Your Payday Loans
Written by attorney Robert Dean, almost 3 years ago.
A payday loan is a small, short-term loan often due within two weeks (on the borrowers payday). They are notorious for high interest rates and they are banned in many states. According to... more
Written by attorney Dan R Dodds, over 3 years ago.
Payday loans are short-term loans that carry interest rates that are higher than long term loans. They are also called cash advances. If a borrower is unable to pay a payday loan when it... more
Written by attorney Richard Elie, 3 months ago.
This article follows on the heels of a complaint filed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's lawsuit against a fake payday lender debt collection agency that bought data from Payday... more
Written by attorney James B. Heston, 9 months ago.
Payday loan companies often threaten to have you arrested if you don't pay them. But are these threats valid? Is it ever possible for a payday loan company to have you arrested if you don'... more
Written by attorney Lu Ann Trevino, over 1 year ago.
If you can hear the collector talking chances are good he/she is lying to you. Be calm. Don’t confirm any personal information they may offer about you even if it is correct. Don’t panic... more
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