Payday Loan Consolidation is the Answer to Your Payday Loan Problem
Every day thousands of people struggle with payday loan debt problems. What begins with an emergency need for cash can quickly become a huge burden. Harassing collection calls, multiple ACH drafts on your bank account racking up NSF fees and the constant stress of juggling multiple loans can be overwhelming. It can feel like there is no end in sight and no way out of this problem. That’s where payday loan debt consolidation comes in.
Payday Loan Consolidation – Get Debt Help Now
We have developed a comprehensive solution to help you get free of payday loan debt and back to living your life stress free! Our payday loan consolidation program is designed to help you:
- Consolidate into one simple payment that you can afford
- Reduce collection calls and harassment
If you have multiple outstanding payday loans, you owe it to yourself to get a free, no-hassle consultation with one of our Debt Consultants right now at 800-386-2910 or fill out the form above and we will contact you shortly.
Payday Loan Debt Assistance DOES NOT provide loans, broker loans or match customers with loan providers. As such, we ARE NOT a lender, aggregator or a lead generator for any type of loan. We DO provide a DEBT RELIEF SERVICE in accordance with federal and state laws.
Typically, payday lenders charge between $15 and $30 per $100 borrowed. This would represent an APR of between 390% and 780% based on a two-week loan. Not paying your loan on time can result in penalty fees of up to $50 per returned payment, can negatively impact your credit score, and can result in aggressive collections practices. Most lenders automatically renew your loan every pay period for an additional fee equal to or higher than your original fee.
Fees for our debt relief services are charged only after 1) we settle, reduce or otherwise change the terms of each debt, 2) there is a written agreement in place and 3) at least one payment has been made to that creditor. Payday Loan Debt Assistance does not provide legal advice. If you have concerns about legal actions that lenders or their collection agents, you should contact a lawyer.