They told me it is legal but the florida statue says different on charging anything over 30% and they cant charge any other fees. help!
Lemon Law Attorney
You need to consult with a consumer advocate attorney ASAP! Title loan lenders are notorious for exceeding the limits on legal rates and fees, and it is impossible to tell if you have a claim against the lender until all of the documents and charges are reviewed by an attorney.
You can find one here: www.naca.net or view my profile on Avvo.
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Personal Injury Lawyer
I agree with my colleague. Please consult a local attorney as soon as possible to protect your rights.
Felipe Fulgencio, Esq.
Fulgencio Law | Hyde Park, Tampa, FL