Starting November 6, 2013, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is accepting complaints against payday loan companies.
You can submit a complaint about unexpected fees or interest; unauthorized or incorrect charges to your bank account; payments not credited to your loan, problems contacting the lender, or other problems.
You can also get answers to questions about payday loans by calling 855-411-2372 or by emailing your questions to the CFPB.
If you just can't afford to pay your payday loans, many people don't realize that if you qualify, payday loans can be discharged in bankruptcy just like any other debt, or paid partially or in full without interest through a court-approved chapter 13 plan.
If you call our office at 713-772-8037 and make an appointment for your first free visit with a debt relief attorney, we can show you all of your options in handling your payday loans, as well as your other debts. Filing a bankruptcy case stops all collection calls, lawsuits, repossessions and foreclosures.