In November of 2011 I took out a title loan for $1000. My minimum monthly payment is $257.50 and it is all interest. It has now been almost a year and a half, I have paid them over $4000 in interest and I still owe them $1257.50 at the end of each month. Then recently I received a renewal contract from them in the mail to renew my loan. What can I do, and is there any legal action I can take?
Consumer Protection Attorney
Is the title loan company in Georgia or across the state line in Florida?
If the loan is from a Georgia title pawn, the numbers that you state in your question sound like you are being overcharged.
You need to gather all documents (the original contract, all renewals, all receipts, etc.) and have them reviewed by an experienced consumer rights attorney. The overcharges may (I emphasize MAY) void the title pawn transaction. You need to see an attorney.
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