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How can I get rid of a payday loan?
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(01-08-2018, 06:09 AM)Sara Khan Wrote: : Huh

I don't seem to understand your question at the moment. Does it mean that you've acquired the payday loan or still in the process of getting that? One thing with payday loans is that once you've gotten it, it is better to pay it off as soon as you can to avoid having issues in the near future which is, in my opinion, won't be nice. 
I'm also a bit confused, perhaps you can give us a bit more information. I agree with Henrywrites that you should try to get rid of the loan as soon as possible if you already got it. However, seeing as your question is a bit vague, you might be looking for ways to earn money so you can get rid of the loan in the short term. It depends on the amount of money you need.
I think you need to pay it off as soon as you are able to. Many of these Payday loan companies are very aggressive with the tactics they take to collect the money and you don' want to give them ammunition to come against you. Do what you have to pay the loan.
It is really tacky to make new threads without providing enough information with the sole purpose of piling up points.

To the question:

1) If you own a car, you can apply for an auto title loan and pay off the payday loan with the money. They won't check your credit history for a title loan.

2) You can borrow money from a family member or a good friend. This way your car won't be endangered by repossession and you will not have to pay interest.

3) Get a second job.
Your question is a bit unclear my friend.
If you alredy got the loan as other peple said here, you should try to get rid of it immediately.
If you however do not get rid of it in time, the consequences in the very near future will be very hard.
Do whatever it takes to get rid of that payment, trust me.
You want to do that as soon as possible, they will come at you with full force.
Your best bet as "chikatilo" said very well, borrow money from a family member or a very good friend of yours, if you have someone like that that can do that for you that will help you a lot.
I hate to be like this, but you don't give me much choice with the information you have provided. So to best answer your question: you can't. If you have a payday loan the only make to "get rid" of it, is to pay it off. I'm sorry if you find yourself in an uncomfortable situation. But you entered into a contract, and there's no way out. You should ask friends or family to help you if you're about to default. I'm sorry if this is unhelpful, but this is the best advice I can provide with the information you have given.
It depends on where you got your payday loan. Did you get the payday loan at a store or online?
Eh... don't you usually pay payments on loans, generally? I'd advise having a job before getting a loan, one, and two, making those payments. Not really sure what the question is otherwise, because they don't just disappear automatically when you need them to.
If you're on a payday loan, then don't panic. There are specific ways to free yourself from the effects of a payday loan. Start getting organized with your finances. Monitor your spendings. You need to make partial payments on your loans so you can begin to stop the cycle. You need to make sure that you have food, pay your rent, and keep your power on. Then everything else should go to breaking the cycle. This means you need to stop spending on anything else other than your basic necessities until you have paid off all your loans.

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