Yes. The problem will likely be getting a bankruptcy notice address from the payday loan place. Many of these rather shady operators, especially the ones who advertise on TV to go to such and such website, are offshore and hard to get addresses for. Nonetheless, in most jursdictions around the country, if you have a "no asset" case, the debt wil be discharged even if you cannot properly notice them. You should speak with an attorney near you about your situation and whether thses debts will be discharged.
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They might. If you owe over $500 dollars to any single creditor, and the amount was used to buy a luxury, then the creditor can challenge the discharge of that loan.
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You asked if the payday lenders will keep you from discharging the loans? The answer is almost certainly no. While creditors have a right to challenge a bankruptcy, the grounds to do so are very limited and the court fee is $293. I have never had a payday lender challenge a bankruptcy.
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Yes, payday loans are dischargeable in Chapter 7. Assuming you a planning on filing Chapter 7, be careful not to obtain anything else on credit and not to incur any new debts before you file the case.
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