Payday loans can be put in chapter 7.
yes you can
yes you can aslong as it 's under $1150.00 if over need to wait 60 day !@!@!!
Yes, they can be discharged. A chapter 13 may not be the best way to go, however. You should consider a chapter 7, if you qualify. Consult a local bankruptcy lawyer.
No. In fact, payday lending is illegal in Maryland. You wouldn't even have to file bankruptcy on the payday loans. They couldn't touch you in Maryland anyway. Even if you do file bankruptcy on them, they will still most likely call and harass you. They are well known for disregarding the laws, including bankruptcy laws. A payday loan and a bad check are two different things. Unless you physically wrote a check to a storefront lender, you would not be writing a bad check. I'm sure you never wrote a check at all, but payday lenders will lie and tell you that it is a crime. That's simply not true.
YES YOU CAN
YES. Any debt can be included in a bankruptcy petition. It is up to the bankruptcy court to determine which debts will be allowed to stay in. email@example.com
I am not sure about chapter 7, but I did it in chapter 13. However, they tried to cash the check like 2 years later. So you have to be careful, because if they get lucky, they could get there money, and your in the hole.
No. Payday loans are illegal in the State of Maryland. Collectors are also prohibited from attempting to collect on payday loans in Maryland. Any lender or collector must be licensed by the State of Maryland. These businesses are not. You can report any issues you are having with harassment to the Maryland Commissioner of Financial Regulation.