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check n go had requested that I provide them documentation that the first loan was take not my account since I was requesting funds with five days of the payoff. I was somewhat apprehensive providing copy of my banking account to someone that I don’t know. When I did not do this, they gave he funds for the second loan. needless to say the loan was not paid because the funds we’re reject. I had to pay my car note and other bills. I had received an email of the delinquency if the loan. Then on my next pay day they took the full $657 from my account. Because I had insurance taken from my account, they cause my account to be overdrawn and I had no funds to the next payday. I was receiving calls for the internet loan from a 1800 number but no messages were left. They were calling my cell phone and work number at least eight to nine times each. When at work, I am often on conference calls and can not just easily answer all calls. But to have the audacity to say that because I didn’t return a call, gives you the absolute right to debit my account. Then when I had asked to superviser, he told me that it’s not his fault and it was my debt/loan. I was denying the fact but was asking to work with me and that they just can’t take funds for the loan in full by the second loan.

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