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How do i stop the collection agentcy of a payday loan form calling me and coming to my job again it is six years later.

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I had someone come to my job and ask for me but they only gave there first name and nothing else about themself. i also have been reciving phone calls to. I closed my account 6 years ago because paday loan was taking money out of my account more than once.

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If your goal is to stop all communication, send them a written letter telling them cease and desist all further communication with you. Send it by certified mail return receipt so you have proof they received it. Keep a copy of the letter for your records.

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Contact a consumer attorney, whether its our office or another. You can have the attorney send a cease and desist letter. Showing up at a workplace is very unusual, typically only done by rogue collectors.

Jacques H. Geisenberger Jr.

Jacques H. Geisenberger Jr.


Or representatives of the Pay Day Lender seeking payment, personal property including an automobile, or to "break a few fingers" as a reminder that the PAy Day lender "means business".


Where did you obtain the Pay Day Loan, via Internet, in Pennsylvania, or elsewhere? Did you sign any documents to obtain the loan? When was the last payment made by you? All of these questions are important in responding. I do not beleive Pennsylvania licenses Pay Day lenders. Pennsylvania has a usury statue fixing the maximum interest rate which can be charged in PA. Because of this all of these lenders are licensed outside PA, many in the State of Delaware which has no usury laws. There is a legislative push on to license Pay Day loans. suggest you contact your legislators and urge them to vote no on this issue as the alleged "benefits" are to ligitimatize a business which caters to those PA residents who can least afford to lose the protections against these less than savory business enterprises.
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