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Quick Click Loans (original creditor) - anyone been sued?


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I can't find any posts (here or elsewhere) about this internet based original creditor. Not sure why as they have sued the pants and skirts off half the state of California according to local court records. Anyone on these boards ever been sued by them? They charge 96% interest, which would seem likely to put them on at least one Attorney General's radar. But so far I have not seen a single case write up.

What's going on? Is Quick Click breaking the knuckles and seizing the tongues of defendants when they sue???

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@Shellie,

 

Ever heard about 400 - 600 % (four hundred - six hundred) annual interest rate that was not something unusual for Pay Day loan companies that were evicted from Arizona in 2010 ?

 

However, there are a bunch of Tribal financial companies like "Green River" easy loans from Wyoming that lend with the same interest rates to Arizonians online.

 

Also there are a lot of Car Title cash loan lenders that are still legal in AZ.

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Thanks.  According to the Quick Click Loans website, the company is located in Georgia. They are only licensed in a handful of states: Alabama , California, Georgia, Illinois, Delaware, Idaho, Missouri, Utah, Wisconsin. 

 

The 96% interest rate definitely seems like lawsuit-bait here in California. Don't know why our A.G. hasn't yet kicked them in the pants.  

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