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Payday Loans: How Quick Is A Quick Solution?

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On March 31, 2011 The Center for Responsible Lending put out a publication entitled “Payday Loans, Inc.: Short on Credit, Long on Debt” where they featured a recent study of payday loan borrowers. The CRL tracked 11,000 Oklahoma payday loan borrowers for 24 months from the date of their first loan and revealed their findings in their latest publication. Their ... Read More »

How Do I Get Out of the Payday Loan Trap? – Gail

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Gail “Dear Steve, I have 5 payday loans. How do i get out of this trap Gail” Don’t miss our free Get Out of Debt – “How To” Guide Series on a number of topics, for loads of practical advice, tips, and help to beat back debt. – Click Here The Answer   Dear Gail, The best way to avoid ... Read More »

Crystal Went Bankrupt But Did Not Include All Her Debts. She Left Out Two Payday Loans. Oh Crystal.

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“Dear Steve, Hello…my situation is that I filed bankruptcy earlier this year. At that time, I didn’t include (2) payday loans which I was under the impression were not considered under Chapter 7. These loans are out of Delaware. I thought I could control them afterward the filing. Since the filing, I was laid off my job, had to move ... Read More »

Jenni Can’t Make the Car Payment and is Behind on Rent and the Clutch Just Went

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Jenni “Dear Steve, I am behind on my car payment. I can’t pay my rent this month. The clutch just went out on my car. I work two jobs but I can’t get to them now that my car is broken. I joined the Army but I don’t leave until January. How can I get my bills payed? How can ... Read More »

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