Payday Loan Trouble Is On The Rise

By Shawn Lee Martin

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Payday loan trouble is on the rise and more and more people are finding themselves in the poor house and in some cases no house at all!

Every day people are finding themselves so far in debt and trapped by these loans that many have gone as far as filing bankruptcy and selling their houses.

I know this picture of a homeless girl is gut wrenching and extremely sad, but the truth is people in debt are letting this happen on a daily basis and while this is a bit extreme it is one of the realities of not managing your money wisely.

Houses are being sold and people are ending up homeless due to out of control payday loan debt and it is our intention to make sure we help as many people as possible get out from under this kind of debt.

Click here for our recommendation for payday loan debt help



Be Careful!

First let me address the fact that there are safe ways to use payday loans and you can read our post on Safe Payday Loans-The Facts by clicking here

This post will explain how to use payday loans safely and what to watch out for.

What do we mean by be careful!

Well, there are so many ways you can get caught in the payday loan trap and end up defaulting on your loans and once this happens the heat starts coming from the collectors and they can really pour it on.

Once you are in default they will start calling you and they will threaten you with everything from sending someone over to collect the debt to having you arrested!

Relax and take a big breath, they can and will do neither. They talk big and act like every other bully on the block acts, but they really are all air.

Are The Threats Real?

Typical collector!
Typical collector!

They will sound real and they will scare you, but for the most part, they are not real at all, they are just tactics they use to scare people into paying them.

They like to holler into the phone, just like you would expect from a bully.

They will ask you to do almost anything to get you to cover the money owed including but not limited to borrowing money, taking out another loan, selling your house and belongings, pawning your valuables and anything else they can think of but you do not have to do any of the above.

They are supposed to follow the laws just like everyone else but they rarely do and in many places where payday loans are illegal the online stores just keep on working. With many of them based overseas, there is not much the laws of this country (USA) can do to stop them.

They will call you at work, call your friends and family and the references you used to get the loan and this is annoying and embarrassing, to say the least, but it is all talk, and we can show you how quickly all of this kind of activity can be stopped.

What To Do?

For starters, the first thing we want you to do is ignore them.

By that we mean do not engage them whatsoever and ignore the calls and threats and instead take control back by taking action yourself.

You have come to the right place to call off these pesky collectors, and the action we want you to take is by being proactive with this debt.

Simply fill out this form and we will get you a free no-obligation quote and explain how we can help you achieve this.

We are on your side and make it our business to get into their business, so to speak and we WILL call them off and stop all collection activity!


Unless you take action and get help dealing with these collectors, you will end up pulling your hair out and just get more and more annoyed by these fools.

We have had people tell us of 100 calls in one day, some have lost their jobs due to the harassing calls from the collectors and yes, some have even sold all their belongings and filed bankruptcy.

All of this is completely unnecessary and all it takes to stop the collection activity in its tracks is to fill out this form or call us at 1-877-280-5100 to get help on the way!

We hope this post has helped you in your search for help with payday loan debt and we appreciate you stopping by!
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12 thoughts on “Payday Loan Trouble Is On The Rise”

  1. I love your content, you look very professional and i trust what you said !
    This post is full of good advices and tips, and after i navigated through your site, i can tell it is the same for the others pages !
    So congrats ! Keep up the good work dude !

    1. Hi!

      Thanks for the compliments!

      I hope to get the word out to anyone who needs help that we are here.

      Thanks so much for stopping by and checking us out!


  2. Hi Shawn!

    The site’s clearly laid out with images that are professional looking and congruent with the sites purpose so big tick there.

    There’s not much I can add except I didn’t see anywhere obvious where you establish your credentials and authority.
    You’ve identified the problem and suggested the solution, I’d just like to know a bit more about why I’d do business with you and not some one else doing the same thing.

    What makes you different?

    Kind regards

    1. Hi, JJ

      Our parent company is highly accredited and this is all explained once the free quote is delivered.

      I agree we should post a page about that. good idea!

      Thanks for stopping by and look for that new page coming soon!


  3. Pay day loans should be illegal. They have the potential of destroying peoples lives faster than anything. People should be informed when deciding to use them.

    I believe your website is very thorough in explaining the pay day loans and expectations for the people who decide to go that route.

    It is awesome that there are solutions for these people and your website offers options.

    1. Hi!

      I agree that they should be illegal, but until they are we will do our best in helping people deal with them.

      Thanks for stopping by!


  4. I would rather no one take any payday loans as their interest rates are so high, they should be illegal, and are, in some states/cities.

    But it is good to know that there are companies that can help.

    I am curious, how do these debt consolidation/erradication companies, go about helping their customers? Do they pay off the payday loans, and then provide a reasonable loan, with reasonable interest rate, and provide a longer term, so the debt can actually be paid off?

    1. Hi, Jason!

      What we do is combine all loans, stop and reduce and sometimes eliminate the interest that has accrued. We also stop any legal and collection action by negotiating a new repayment plan at zero interest and low affordable payments.

      We will do all of the contact work with the payday loan companies. In other words, we take over the loans and the payments to the loan companies and the customer will be paying us.

      Here is an excellent page that explains exactly what we do:

      Most payday loan debt is eliminated within 18 months!


  5. Hi, what a really engaging and interesting post. I can completely see how this sector is increasing. These people just don’t listen and don’t care at all. I had some experience with them about 36-18 months ago. My partner had left us and unbeknown to me, he had been trying to take out credit cards and loans since he moved in with me. I didn’t know about this as he moved in just prior to me having our baby. But I found all this out when I started receiving the phone calls and threatening letters for months and months afterwards. I ended up with about 8 different companies chasing him and it took a year for them to go away – which happened as quickly as they came.. it was extremely stressful and I didn’t owe them anything so I dread to think how stressful it must be when you owe just one of these people! It’s so nice that there is a company out there actually willing to help because I couldn’t really find anyone back then. Sammi

    1. Hi, Sammi!

      Wow, I am so glad they went away!

      being in this kind of debt is really an energy drainer for sure and if people just knew all it takes is a pone call or a quick filling out of a form to stop all the calls and harassment they would surly get on it right away.

      That is our goal, to let them know they have a solution!

      Help spread the word!


  6. Hi there, I really loved reading the content of your site. It was so engaging that I read the whole article, and the topic of your website is a very good one. Do you think that it is a very bad thing to file bankruptcy? I mean, in my case it was the only thing to do and I’m glad I did because now, I’m debt-free. I liked this article so much that I had to share this, so thank you for this topic. Also, I found your site to be informative, friendly, and helpful, with enough details about it to ease a person’s mind. Wonderful job!

    1. Hi, Retha!

      Thanks for the compliments!

      Well, yes it is a bad thing for the creditors, and no it is not a bad thing for the filer. I have went through 2 myself and they were no fun but you have to do what you have to do. If one can be avoied it is best to go that route.

      I do not feel too bad for the bigger corporations I had to file against as they are in a better place to write their losses off but the smaller retailers kind of made it hard for me because they count on their bottom line daily.

      Thanks for stopping byand please help spread the word that we are here 🙂


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