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Payday loans are high-cost small loans designed to create a long-term debt trap. If you have been ensnared in the trap, you are not alone: 12 million Americans take out payday loans each year, and 8 million had to use payday loans to pay ordinary living expenses in 2012. We live in an America which is challenging for most people today to make ends meet. If you are struggling to keep up with payday loans, Debt Cleanse may be able to free you from the trap.

“Payday loans companies are the Lay’s potato chips of finance. You can’t have just one and they’re terrible for you.” – John Oliver, host of Last Week Tonight


What You Should Know about Unaffordable Payday Loans

Payday lending is a high-volume business of multiple small-transactions routinely completed by clerical employees. This maximizes the likelihood of incomplete and sloppy documents and disclosures. Likewise, if a payday lender files suit, the legal pleadings may be prepared in a high-volume fashion by overworked paralegals, Combine all this and you and your attorney may tap a gushed of deficiencies, which you can use to challenge your payday loans.


Cleanse Your Payday Loans

Debt Cleanse Group Legal Services exists to help you level the playing field with the payday lenders, collection agencies, and anyone else responsible for your unaffordable payday loans debt. We’re here to help you assert your rights against harmful practices, aggressive creditors, and unscrupulous debt buyers. Debt Cleanse can connect you with an attorney empowered with Debt Cleanse tactics who can help explore your options and assist you in cleansing your payday loans. Take your first step towards a fresh financial start by calling Debt Cleanse today.


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Debt in America

72% of Americans are stressed about money and 22% feel “extreme” stress, according to an American Psychological Association study.