My husband took out an online payday loan and he defaulted, they have now sent it to a collection agency that says we have to come up with over a $1000 or they will start criminal charges. Can they do that? I live in Missouri.
I have two homes that are both empty one is going into short sale Dec 15th and I want to do another short sale next year with the other property. Can I do that?
I have a judgment against me. I agreed to make 50 monthly payments and have been for 18 months. I recently found out that they have been charging me 10% interest they told me it equals $112 monthly. I don't understand how if I'm paying $50 monthly its doing no good because I'm still being charged $62 on top of that for interest. Is this legal?
I had seen a previous response from you regarding storefront payday loans and garnishments. I am wondering if the same holds true for online payday loans? Are they permitted to contact your employer and seek out a garnishment of your wages without first having filed suit and obtaining a judgment? I am working with a debt settlement/consolidation group and was advised to put stop payments on ...
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