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Complaint Review: Cashnetusa
Cashnetusa Forcing a larger loan amount Chicago Internet
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I had a loan last year with cashnet for 2600.00 I was in a bothering which I paid it off within three moths vs a year. I refuseparty the them all of that intereSt rate. So I'm in a bit of a pickle again so I went back to them wanting 2600 again, they're refusing and says I can only retake out 3400, yet old them I don't need that much. They said that's all they ca give me. I was like why can't I take less...they said I can't. They suggested that I take the loan as is, are turn 800 of it right away, and they will adjusts the ammoritization schedule on the end of the loan. I was like that doesn't help me because I Won't keep they loan full term anyway. They refuse to let me take less although their website clearly states California mx loan is 2600 and I live in california...go figure. I said so you mean to tell me you rather not accept my request and rather lose a customer you Weill make money off. They told me I did so well with my last loan they know I can afford to pay it and I'm a god customer. Wtf?
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