Payday loan companies and other high-interest lenders are bound by state and federal laws--but that doesn't mean that every payday lender is honest and forthright. If you think you've been cheated by a high-interest or predatory lender, talk to payday loan lawyers today. The law firm can review the loan documents to ensure the paperwork complies with all state and federal regulations, including the Truth in Lending Act. Your attorney can help you take legal action if you've been charged excessive finance charges, if the lender has broken state usury law by charging an excessively high interest rate, or if the lender has broken other disclosure or collections laws.
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