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I live in Arkansas & In April of this year $$$ was tight. My now ex husband & I were struggling with our jobs being that I was the one with the steady income we relied on my check for bills. His commission check from being a finance director for a car dealership fluctuated every month so like i said i was the steady income. Well in April we were short on rent & he suggested we take out an online payday loan. Being that I had never done this I gave it a shot. We were approved for 300 with a processing fee of 50 so we received 250. Now we were having issues with one of our bank accounts & we ended up closing it (which is where the $$ was direct deposited into) when it came time to collect the company was informed that our account had been closed. It wasn't until recently in June did I receive a phone call from a "California Process Server" saying they wanted to meet up so they can serve me papers for my court appearance. They said I had a felony charge against me & I was do in court for 1000! I was floored & naturally scared. When I asked for info this very rude Black woman hung up on me. I get a call back a few weeks later & was told if I didn't meet up with her I was going to be issued a bench warrant! Again terrified I demanded she gave me the # & I spoke to a rep. I was able to make payments. Recently however I have not I'm due for a payment tomorrow when I called & told them I would be unable to pay I was hit with the "well now it's considered a double felony charge & we will sign off on your legal paperwork. Our attorneys are extremely stern & they dont do payment arrangements" so my question is even though I have been paying is it considered a felony I owe only 280 at this point but still I'm very scared because unfortunately I can't pay it off tomorrow.
No that would be a civil not criminal issue.
Most payday loan companies will automatically debit your account, at a specific time. Its most likely in your contract. If the money isnt in your account at that time, its the same as a bounced check. And a bounced check is a felony.
You'll be able to instanly acquire an advance payday loan as much as $1000 by using this site: I got my payday loan although I had extremely poor credit standing.
But you should still pay your debts on time. Regardless of your reasons, the people who lent you their money, want it back.