• Report: #1013104

Complaint Review: DollarFlash.com

  • Submitted: Tue, February 12, 2013
  • Updated: Tue, February 12, 2013

  • Reported By: L.L. — Shreveport Louisiana United States of America
DollarFlash.com
Internet United States of America

DollarFlash.com Trying to make me pay $1,000 back, on a $400 dollar loan, Internet

*General Comment: ummm yeah..

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 Borrowed 400 dollars from this company in November, made the initial $120 payment, and subsequent payments of $240 in December, January and now February. THEY are telling me that I still have to continue paying $240 a month until its completey paid off.

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#1 General Comment

ummm yeah..

AUTHOR: slimeline - (United States of America)

Thats generally how it works.  When you have a track record of ripping off other lenders (by not paying them after they lend you money) the only way anyone will lend you money is is if you pay a really high interest rate - because they know that there is a huge risk that you will either never pay or that they will have to hire collectors etc to track you down and keep you paying.  

You have a choice:  if you want to blame them and think that they are the problem you can keep doing the same things that got you into this mess and you will probably never be any better off.  If you accept that your choices over the years caused you to sink to the point that you are stressed out over a $400 loan from a "last resort" lender that was your only option, then you can accept that you are the problem.  The great thing is that if you are the problem, the person who controls your behavior is you!  That means that you can change and slowly dig yourself out of this.  I don't know how you got into this mess, but I bet deep down you know what some of your big mistakes have been.  You can fix them.  There is almost nothing that you can't fix over time. 
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