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24-04-2020 10:22 AM
24-04-2020 02:35 PM
06-05-2020 03:24 PM - edited 06-05-2020 03:25 PM
I think that in cases like this they probably wanted to not charge you anything but the computer system that is regulating the balance of each account is pre-written and they are working using a pre-installed algorithm. This situation is the reason why I am not a fan of banks and the whole system of taking loans from a bank. The only reason I took out a loan from the bank was when I was applying for mortgage. In general I prefer to take small loans even though sometimes the interest rates might seem a little high. In the past I have used one specific payday loan company called philaloan which is considered one of the best lending compan.... I'm really happy with the way they work because they are very profession, very friendly with potential clients and in rare cases when you can't pay the loan back they will allow a small extension on the deadline. Over all both times I used it I was very pleased and felt secure.
25-08-2020 11:17 AM
I'm sure you received this email by mistake. Now many organizations make such mistakes, since the whole process was previously automated and the counting algorithms simply did not have time to update. There is also another option. Despite the fact that all payments were delayed by 3 months, you can still pay them in advance. Perhaps with the expectation of this, these letters were sent. I use the system of loans from rateweb and I also received a similar letter. Nothing bad happened. In the event that a bank violates this system, then it will be officially punished, since the law on deferred payments was adopted at the government level.