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Payday Loan Refund

Customers may seek compensation or a refund for a number of reasons. According to research studies, about 30% complaints are about lenders who take out money via a recurring payment. About 20% customers filed complaints that fraudulent loans were taken out in their names. Below are some of the common reasons you may file a complaint about a payday loan lender.

Fraudulent loans

Lenders have to verify a customer’s identity before issuing loans. Unfortunately, the verification is not done very carefully. As a result, many customers end up filing cases that loans were taken out in their names. If this has happened to you, contact the lender right away. If they don’t seem to help you, go to the Financial Ombudsman Service.

Harassment

As far as calls or text messages goes, it is difficult to decide what is considered harassment. Lenders are not supposed to make a call or send you a message after 8pm; however, if they do, you can sue them.

Recurring payments

Typically, the collection of payday loan repayments is done through CPA. It authorizes the lender to make a request for money to your bank. But they are meant to spell it out as well as explain the way you can go about canceling payday loans. Besides, they let you know prior to taking money out. Here it is important to note that some lenders keep trying all day long if the money is not deposited in their account in the morning, which means you, the customer, may be charged a good amount of money.

Unclear Repayment amount

Make sure the repayment amount is clearly mentioned on the lender’s website. On some lenders’ sites, you can find sliding scales that you can use to know the total cost of your loan. You can go for a refund if the repayment amount is not clear.

Your financial situation

Lenders consider a lot of factors, such as your age, employment, mental health, income, credit history and income before giving money out. If they have not done the checks and you can’t afford the repayments, you ask for a refund.