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I’ve Learned My Lesson About Borrowing From Payday Loans. – Hillary

“Dear Steve,

I have several payday loans out and they are all due at once. I made arrangements to make payments on two of the loans but the other company wants the full amount. I want to find a legitimate payday loan consolidation company if possible or to get help figuring out the best way to pay off the debt without my whole check being taken. I want to be in a situation where the debts are paid and I can save up some money. I know now to never borrow from a payday loan company.

Hillary”

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Ive Learned My Lesson About Borrowing From Payday Loans.   Hillary

Dear Hillary,

How much do you owe in payday loans and what is your credit score? If you don’t know what your credit score is you can check it for free at Credit Karma.

Please post your responses and follow-up messages to me on this in the comments section below.

Big Hug!

Ive Learned My Lesson About Borrowing From Payday Loans.   Hillary
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