Have you taken out a loan from Plain Green Loans or Great Plains Lending? If so, we would like to hear from you. Your loan may have high interest rates that violate state and federal law. Please contact us by completing the form below and a consumer attorney will evaluate your case.
Background: Payday loans—small, closed-end loans due in full on the borrower’s next “payday”—have a long and sordid history. For years, unscrupulous lenders have taken advantage of desperate borrowers, who are unable to obtain funds anywhere else in order to make ends meet, by offering loans at usurious and unconscionable rates. As a result, thirteen (13) states and the District of Columbia have banned payday loans. Nevertheless, payday lenders operate on the shadowy fringe of the mainstream financial system, and many who are based offshore or (purportedly) on Indian reservations make use of the Internet to circumvent legal prohibitions to offer payday loans.
Contact Us: If you would like to learn more about whether you might have a claim against Plain Green Loans or Great Plain Lending, please complete the form below and someone from our team will contact you.