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WE ARE SO HAPPY THAT YOU HAVE FOUND US
AND WE WANT TO HELP YOU!


Click here to read personal accounts from victims of abusive payday lending.

If you are a victim of the abuses of payday lending, you must understand that you have fallen into a trap that is designed to keep you down. These predatory payday lenders make it so easy to get fast cash, and they'll loan you the max regardless of what you can repay. Their entire business model is designed on keeping you in debt to them - and to keep you paying their exorbitant fees. You don't need to feel bad - you need to stand up and share your story so that they may help others. And, if you are still in this trap, you need to reach out to family, friends, churches, local government - you need to get help. Do not let these predatory payday lenders keep you trapped!

We would be honored to hear from you. Feel free to share your story. We might share your story (without any of your personal information, of course) to others. If you do not want us to share your story, please indicate this on your message.

Click here to share your story.

 

IMPORTANT

It is important that others hear your story so that we may show payday lending for what it is, predatory and without merit in
it's current form. We will NEVER share your personal information without your permission.

WE WANT
TO HELP YOU

If you are still in debt with payday lenders, you might be afraid. Sometimes it can feel
that the world is crashing
around you. First things first, know that the payday lenders cannot criminally prosecute
you. Also understand, there
are many resources available
to you. You can contact your family, friends, church, local government, attorney or us
for help. If you feel you need personal help working through your problem contact us at HelpMe@StopPaydayPredators.org
.

OUR ROLE

We want to hear your story.
We need legislators to really understand the affects of payday lending, and they will only do that if you share your story.