just got taken to court by check cash...

just got taken to court by check cashing place!! you must pay them ..sorry

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Pikeville, KY

#1 Sep 5, 2008
Didnt think they could but they do!
um hmm

Clay City, KY

#2 Sep 5, 2008
maybe you should read the fine print
Guest

Mount Sterling, KY

#3 Sep 5, 2008
I guess you are new to topix,Word of advice...dont tell these ppl that u did not pay a bill or you get foodstamps to feed your family.They will bash you,The only thing ppl corbin care about is what more you can do for them or that shithole town they live in.I am glad i moved,i come to the corbin posts just to remember why i did.thanks corbin for being trash
Just Me

Corbin, KY

#4 Sep 5, 2008
sowhy wrote:
Didnt think they could but they do!
You didn't think someone you owed a debt to could sue you? I don't understand. Why would you think that?
frankie

Mayfield, KY

#5 Sep 5, 2008
Yeah, i worked at one of those places. If you go in and pay even a dollar on what you owe, you don't get taken to court. And if they see that you are unemployed then they won't take you to court either OR if you draw a monthly check. I heard most of those places won't be open much longer anyway. They already started shutting down one's in Ohio, Ky is next from word on the street. We will see. And yeah, i wouldn't broadcast anythign on here, these ppl are miserable and misery loves company. (read that in a post on here, good choice of words)
amandaJ

Mayfield, KY

#6 Sep 5, 2008
was it Cash Express in Williamsburg or Cash Advance or the pawn shop place?
THE FACTS ONLY

Corbin, KY

#7 Sep 5, 2008
sowhy wrote:
Didnt think they could but they do!
The facts are, If you don't pay your payment, or redo it weekly or bi-weekly, they can if they think they can collect. I personally think they all need shut down. They prey on people who use them. It don't matter how many times you redo the advance you keep paying that service fee.
Whitley Co Citizen 01

Corbin, KY

#8 Sep 5, 2008
frankie wrote:
Yeah, i worked at one of those places. If you go in and pay even a dollar on what you owe, you don't get taken to court. And if they see that you are unemployed then they won't take you to court either OR if you draw a monthly check. I heard most of those places won't be open much longer anyway. They already started shutting down one's in Ohio, Ky is next from word on the street. We will see. And yeah, i wouldn't broadcast anythign on here, these ppl are miserable and misery loves company.(read that in a post on here, good choice of words)
Well the people I know who own a couple of these places WILL take you to court. Everyone should read ALL the fine print.
Old staff

United States

#9 Sep 5, 2008
Check n go is the worst! Used to wk there and it was horrible! They loan money to ppl they know cant pay it back. STAY AWAY from those places they will only make your financial situation worse.
sassylady

Middlesboro, KY

#10 Oct 13, 2008
Old staff wrote:
Check n go is the worst! Used to wk there and it was horrible! They loan money to ppl they know cant pay it back. STAY AWAY from those places they will only make your financial situation worse.
question.
as long as you pay on it can they still take you to court.. I thought as long as you pd on it they could not do that..
Someone who works

Brownsville, TN

#11 Oct 13, 2008
I don't like these places either, and I don't do business with them. You are the one that go's here and gives them business, so you should pay what you owe. Stop trying to be a dead beat. You want their money then you don't want to pay it back.
thetruth

Mayfield, KY

#12 Oct 13, 2008
NO, if you pay even a dollar on them then they can't take you to court. Worked at one for a year. They threaten to take you to court, in which is ALSO illegal. It is in the companies policy that they can't take you to court if you pay SOMETHING on the bill AND also they can't threaten to take you to court.
Wise Advice

Somerset, KY

#13 Oct 13, 2008
If you owe a debt and don't pay it you can be sued. It doesn't matter if it's owed to an individual, business or organization. If you show good faith by paying a small amount & they believe that you have the intent to pay over a period of time they will probably stay away from the courts just to avoid legal fees. However, Don't sign a contract without reading it first, that's just plain stupid. Of course you do always have the option of bankruptcy. Filing Bankruptcy will allow you to run from all your debtors making you an even bigger dirt bag.
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Corbin, KY

#14 Oct 13, 2008
What if they refuse the payment? There use to be a law that if you tried to make a payment and they refuse it, you no longer owe the bill. I don't know if it is still a law or not.
where in the world

Cynthiana, KY

#15 Oct 13, 2008
question wrote:
What if they refuse the payment? There use to be a law that if you tried to make a payment and they refuse it, you no longer owe the bill. I don't know if it is still a law or not.
did you hear this?
election news

United States

#16 Oct 13, 2008
You dont want to pay your bills do you? I have never seen so many people who thinks the world owes them everything!
question wrote:
What if they refuse the payment? There use to be a law that if you tried to make a payment and they refuse it, you no longer owe the bill. I don't know if it is still a law or not.
question

Corbin, KY

#17 Oct 13, 2008
election news wrote:
You dont want to pay your bills do you? I have never seen so many people who thinks the world owes them everything!
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I pay my bills, so take your ASSumptions some place else. I heard that that use to be a law and was just simply asking. Oh, and FYI, I don't go to these places!!
Wise Advice

Somerset, KY

#18 Oct 13, 2008
If they refused a payment it was likely because you defaulted on your loan. In other words the full balance is due and payable "NO PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS" A payment in full will never be denied. Try that before you have to go to court, otherwise expect a judgement against you, or expect to be filing bankruptcy or both. Sounds like you got in over your head.
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Corbin, KY

#19 Oct 13, 2008
Wise Advice wrote:
If they refused a payment it was likely because you defaulted on your loan. In other words the full balance is due and payable "NO PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS" A payment in full will never be denied. Try that before you have to go to court, otherwise expect a judgement against you, or expect to be filing bankruptcy or both. Sounds like you got in over your head.
Like I stated in my last post, I do not go to these places. My question was in regard to what the other person posted. The truth wrote, "NO, if you pay even a dollar on them then they can't take you to court," and I simply ask my question.
Wise Advice

Somerset, KY

#20 Oct 13, 2008
The Truth does not know what he is talking about.

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