Big Picture Loan and American Web Loan legal in Florida

I have a loan with Big Picture Loan and American Web Loan and would like to know if it is legal in Florida. I gotten behind on the Big Picture Loan and they just keep raising the amount they say I owe them. They sent me a settlement offer a couple of months ago saying I owed 1107.00 then on July 26th they said I owe 3742.00 and now today they said I owe 10611.14. I have paid well over the principal and all this is just interest they are trying to collect. They said if I pay 287,45 they will write everything us off. American Web loan I have already paid over 2000 for a 700 load and they say I still owe over 400 more. Just trying to see if I have any action.

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Illegal payday lenders, do not pay them any more. They can't sue you also for non payment of the loan.
So, relax and keep yourself away from these lenders.


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They played a bad game with you. They are not legal in Florida. You have already paid the principal amount. Don't pay a single penny to them. They can't claim the interest on the loan from you as they are illegal. They even can't take any legal action against you. relax.


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outlet


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They are not legal in Florida. Forget about the interests. They can't do anything. They can't touch you. Relax.


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