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1011 N Pantano Road No. 115, Tucson, AZ 85710

Arizona

Tucson

1842 W Broadway Road, Mesa, AZ 85202

Arizona

Mesa

3930 W Ina Road, Tucson, AZ 85741

Arizona

Tucson

8450 West McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85003

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Phoenix

1309 W Guadalupe Road No. 1, Mesa, AZ 85202

Arizona

Mesa

1112 S Craycroft Road, Tucson, AZ 85711

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Tucson

278 W. 32nd Street, Yuma, AZ 85364

Arizona

Yuma

710 West Elliot Rd, Tempe, AZ 85284

Arizona

Tempe

12875 West Bell Road, Surprise, AZ 85374

Arizona

Surprise

12370 N 83rd Avenue No. 1, Peoria, AZ 85381

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Peoria


Frequently asked questions about arizona and payday loans

  • A friend of mine took out a payday loan a while ago, and they were unable to repay it. The loan company is now taking them to court to collect on the balance. My friend tried calling the loan company to arrange a payment plan but was told that it was out of the lender's hands unless they were able to pay the loan in full. Now, my question to you all is, is this BS? What are my friend's options at this point? Someone already tried to serve them a summons but they were not home at the time. This is in Arizona, if that matters. Please only helpful replies, if you're only going to judge don't bother answering. Thank you all for your help!
  • If someone tried to serve your friend a summons, then it is not BS that they are taking them to court to sue for the amount they borrowed, plus interest and fees for court etc. Your friends options are to show up in court to plead their case or get some money together to pay off the payday lender or collection agency that is suing them.
  • He is out of options. The loan is past due, court date set. Your friend can now add court costs to his balance. Once a loan is in the hands of a collector original lender cannot accept payments
  • i posted a question about a car i owed payments on and said my husband was told he had a warrant for his arrest for not paying on the car. well he called the collection agency and its not because of the car, they said that the warrant was for non payment of an old payday loan he took out 2 yrs ago and didn't finish paying. it has nothing to do with the car. however my question is they said because the account is no longer open, it is bank fraud. and they have a warrant for his arrest and its a felony. this all from a collection agency out of new york city, and i am in arizona. so i called the sheriffs department and they laughed saying they think its fishy and i should ask for a faxed copy of the warrant. is it bank fraud not to pay on a payday loan? also they demanded we give them a blank check from out new account and send them 100 dollars today and next week then he will lift the warrant somehow, he had a name for lifting the warrant i don't remember.
  • It's not bank fraud. Bank fraud occurs when a borrower knowingly misrepresents their situation (such as income) for purposes of geting money from a bank; or, when a borrower misrepresents what will be done with the proceeds of a loan. For example, you tell the bank that you're borrowing money to buy a computer server farm and that the servers will be collateral; then you blow it on a trip to Vegas. That's bank fraud. In your husband's case, if he didn't repay a payday loan, then he is in default. You don't get a warrant for being in default. Instead you get a notice of default. If a payday lender closes an account it doesn't somehow magically make a felony out of an unpaid loan. That's complete crap. The collection agency is lying to you in order to pressure you to send them money. If they call again, let them know you've told the sheriff about their unlawful collection tactics.
  • It's fraud on the part of the collection agency. And don't send them any money by check. If your husband wants to pay the old loan off, have him send a money order.
  • ROTFLMFAO NY city. This is a collection agency who is trying to collect for a bank They can as for an impound on car and that is all. The consumer protection, Fair Credit Reporting Act, and the Consumer protection act, allow for certain ways to collect a debt. Anything illegal, not notifying you etc is a violation of your rights and you can counter sue these individuals anorganizationsns for acts of fraud, fear, intimidation etc. Check with a local attorney about this situation and see what s/he will do to them when they know you hired an attorney?
  • A warrant for WHAT??? The officers were right and here's why... Owing money is not a criminal issue but a civil issue. Your husband would have to be served a summons to appear in civil court. You don't get arrested on money issues unless they're involving a criminal act such as robbery, theft, bad check etc!
  • Seems fishy to me too! Here's a good place to start. http://www.consumerfraudreporting.org/de...
  • They are trying to trick you into paying back your debts and facing your responsibilities like an adult. I'm not sure which party is more reprehensible.
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  • You are asking for nothing but trouble. These places are worse than borrowing money from the mob or a Payday loan center.
  • I think that's going to be a social security settlement - no one is going to give you an advance on this, because even if you win, there's no guarantee the kid has any MONEY. Or INSURANCE, for that matter. And if he claims he had the green, and YOU had the red, well, your case isn't as clear cut as you might think it is. Getting the judgement is one thing. Getting the MONEY is something entirely different. You're better off just putting the claim in under YOUR policy and getting the car fixed, then doing the conventional lawyer thing and suing him on a contingency basis.
  • winning case? Did the kid you hit have insurance? Try dealing directly with his insurance carrier first. Attorneys fees will take up most of the settlement funds from a court case. Don't be too greedy, that is the way they ferret out people like you. I have seen commercials for companies that will advance money by buying up contracts, annuities and trust fund payouts, but not from auto accidents.
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  • i posted a question about a car i owed payments on and said my husband was told he had a warrant for his arrest for not paying on the car. well he called the collection agency and its not because of the car, they said that the warrant was for non payment of an old payday loan he took out 2 yrs ago and didn't finish paying. it has nothing to do with the car. however my question is they said because the account is no longer open, it is bank fraud. and they have a warrant for his arrest and its a felony. this all from a collection agency out of new york city, and i am in arizona. so i called the sheriffs department and they laughed saying they think its fishy and i should ask for a faxed copy of the warrant. is it bank fraud not to pay on a payday loan? also they demanded we give them a blank check from out new account and send them 100 dollars today and next week then he will lift the warrant somehow, he had a name for lifting the warrant i don't remember.
  • no it's not bank fraud, as long as the check was written when the account was open. Do not send them any money, they sound like they are trying to fraud you.
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