Eliminate The Need For Payday Loans Through Bankruptcy Court Protection
You needed a quick loan so you went to a payday loan company or perhaps you now have more than one payday loan. You got an advance on paychecks and signed a contract without reading it. You are now unable to repay the loan and the interest pushes the balance higher and higher. The payday loan company tries to cash your deposited check but it bounces. They now threaten to have the district attorney charge you with issuing a worthless check.
If this situation sounds similar to yours, the most important thing to know is that you have rights and bankruptcy can still be an option. Even if the payday loan company says you cannot file for bankruptcy, you can. The payday loan company is trying to intimidate you. In Louisiana payday loans may not be turned over to the district attorney as NSF checks.
Get rid of payday loans and seek help from the oldest bankruptcy law firm in Louisiana. At the law firm of Simon, Fitzgerald, Cooke, Reed and Welch, our practice is completely focused on bankruptcy. That is all we do and we do it well. We will walk you through the process, address your concerns, and guide you to the debt solution that makes the best sense for you and your family.
Eliminate Payday Loans
Stop being scammed and ripped off by payday loan companies. Bankruptcy can help eliminate payday loans. Schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced Louisiana bankruptcy lawyers. There are no Chapter 13 upfront fees.
Call 888-341-8091 or contact us online for a free consultation at our nearest office:
Shreveport • Alexandria • Lafayette
The Truth About Payday Loan Companies
It is not uncommon for one payday loan company to actually have multiple companies. Each one may not be telling consumers the truth about their rights. There are even internet payday loan companies set up in foreign countries. They may have set up an automatic withdrawal from your debit account, some of them untraceable and never to be heard from again. These companies are taking advantage of people who are in need of loans in emergency situations.
If a payday loan company threatens to report you to the district attorney’s office, what you have done is not a crime. Borrowing from a payday loan company is not the same as writing bad checks to make purchases. You are still able to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy or Chapter 7 relief to get your debt discharged or a repayment plan in order. Know your rights and get professional representation from an attorney.
Contact Us And Schedule A Free Consultation
Contact us today by calling toll-free at 888-341-8091 from anywhere in Louisiana. We offer free initial consultations and no upfront fees in most Chapter 13 cases. We will do our best to answer all your payday loan and bankruptcy questions and determine if bankruptcy makes sense for you and your family.