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General: Took out a personal loan for $450 and the expected cost is over $2000. Is this n
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From: GigaChad  (Original message) Sent: 25/01/2023 10:28
Last month I needed to take out a personal loan for $450 to put towards my rent. My credit is pretty bad due to a lot of student loans in my name, so the only place that would offer me a loan was River Valley. I accepted the loan and have been paying $60 installments each Thursday. When I logged in today to see how much I have remaining, it said that I’m expected to pay over $2000 in $60 installments over 40 payments. Is this normal? I never would have accepted such a small loan if I thought I’d be spending so much money back. I know it’s my fault for not reading the contract fully.

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From: Joshua Medel Sent: 25/01/2023 11:43
Hi. It's not so easy to find a good company to help you with your debt consolidation these days, but I think I can help you with that. As for me, you should check out is credit 9 lending a legitimate company where you can find out why this company should be trusted in the matter of debt consolidation. I hope my answer is helpful to you!

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