in and get more money cant pay what I already owe
I should point out that you didn't actually ask a question. Obviously, don't borrow more money.
Try to keep working with them to get a payment you can afford.
Not enough information here to form a question much less an answer.
I gather you got one of those "loan offers" where you endorse the check and by cashing it, you accept the terms of the loan.
These are generally considered predatory loans because the "offer" really amounts to dangling money under someone's nose.
Next, if you can't pay it back now, borrowing more won't help. So don't go in and borrow more money if you know you can't pay it back.
This scam is known as the "easy-cash" loan or "live check" loan. They use cash as bait by sending unsolicited checks in the mail. If you calculate the interest rate, its going to be very high, like over 50 percent.
They don't want you to pay them back, they want you to be in debt to them forever.
Sadly, not all jurisdictions ban these practices. The checks fall into two categories: checks sent to prime bank customers whom they know will not default on the loan; or the less savory category of checks sent to vulnerable people such as those found on various consumer lists who are too poor or underemployed to afford a conventional personal loan.
If you can find a way to get these monkeys off your back -- do it. Sadly had you checked the reviews first, you'd find that many consumers who get trapped in this scheme cannot easily dig their way out.
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I agree with the other answers posted, do not borrow money if you know you cannot afford to pay it back. Either try your best to pay this debt off or if you have other debts you cannot pay you should consult with a local bankruptcy attorney who offers free consultations.
Right. So you took out a loan with a super high interest rate and they want to trap you with even more debt. You are at the edge of the pit- don't fall in. Break this cycle as soon as possible. If you are having debt problems, you need to consult with a qualified bankruptcy attorney to determine your eligibility for debt relief under Chapter 7 or 13.
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