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What do payday lenders do if they cannot get their money back?

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2005-11-17 16:45:10
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Since payday lenders require that you leave a check, they turn in the check and if you don't have sufficient funds they can start legal action. Your wages may be attached, you may be charged with check fraud and you will certainly be required to pay for legal expenses.

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Payday loans were designed to give people with bad credit a loan. Not all payday lenders are unscrupulous, but many are. In general, payday lenders rely on you not being able to pay them back very quickly. They make more money that way. It can be a repetitive and often destructive cycle. For example, on a $300.00 loan, you may be required to pay back $390.00. They will gladly allow you to just pay them $90.00 every two weeks, not even touching the balance. This is where people get in trouble. I would advise against a payday loan unless there is no other way to get the money, and you know for sure that you will be able to pay the full amount back on payday.

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Some of the disadvantages of dealing with direct payday lenders are that they can be very expensive in the start and can turn even more expensive when paying back. It's also know that the requirements they have can lead to that it will be used by the people who will have the most difficult to handle the repayments.

You have to pay back the money between two to eleven years, depending on where you took the quick payday loan from and what company they work for and give to.

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If you need an emergency payday loan you have to think of it as a last resort. If you can get the money from a bank, a credit card or your family you should do it. The emergency payday loan can help you when you do not have other solutions, but you have to be sure that you can give the money back.

Yes. A payday loan company may sue a borrower in Texas in order to get their money back.

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If you gave a post-dated check and there is enough money in your account when the lender attempts to cash the check, you will effectively be paying back the loan. If your account does not have enough money at the time the payday lender attempts to cash your check, you will likely be hit (by your bank) with a Non-Sufficient funds fee, which you will HAVE to pay, regardless of whether or not you pay the payday loan back. In general, most payday lenders will attempt to collect the debt and will not sue you for the balance, however, providing ANY check in Texas and intentionally not having funds in the account is considered fraud. The payday lender, in this case, may "whisper in someone's ear" that you gave a bad check, which could result in fraud charges by the state. On the bright side, if convicted of fraud, the payday lender will likely leave you alone since you will have little recourse to pay.

If you cannot afford to pay back your student loans, you can communicate with your lenders to defer your loan.

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A payday loan is a very risky way to obtain extra money. When you get a loan, you obviously have to pay it back eventually, and by the time you pay it back you will end up wasting a lot of money on interest and possibly on late fees. If you don't have the money now to pay for what you need, what makes you think you will have enough money plus extra to pay back your loan later?

They can place a lien against your assets. Or they can garnish your paycheck, they are going to get their money back.

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