How to get help with Payday Loans Las Vegas?



I have payday loans, but I don’t have the money to pay them back due to recession. Is there any payment plans for customers?
Will they put me in jail or take me to court? Or will this just go on my credit report?

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  1. It is a civil issue, not a criminal one. You can’t be arrested or taken to jail.

    BTW – most internet pay day loan companies are fly-by-night “companies” that are scams.


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  3. I cant help you with this problem.But I need a help.I am in need of cash.Can u help me to get a loan in immediet basis?


  4. Try Dollar Loan Center. They are all over Las Vegas. They will consolodate payday loans into one short term loan. And will probably be much cheaper than a payday loan.


  5. 1. Tell the lender that you need to work out arrangements to repay in installments. A few states require lenders to provide extended payment plans (Alabama, Alaska, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada, Oklahoma and Washington). If your lender refuses to work with you, contact your state regulator to ask for help.

    2. Stop lenders from taking money directly from your paycheck. Read your contract to see if you signed a voluntary wage assignment clause. If so, write a letter to the lender to revoke that agreement so the lender won’t be able to garnish your pay from your employer without court approval. Mandatory wage assignments as used in some payday loan contracts are prohibited by the Federal Trade Commission’s Credit Practices Rule.

    Hope this helps.

    -Michael