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i filed bankruptcy,got a call regarding payday loan pending, how can i findout loan co
how can i find outstanding loan on credit

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payday loans aren't usually on your credit file... if I were you I'd wait for the next call regarding this such payday loan and ask that the collector do not call you and any contact you will accept in writing, give them your address once they send off the information they say you owe, you then write them a debt validation letter of that payday loan, they have 30days to respond once they recieve your request for the debt validation. if they do not respond then personally I'd ignore it. especially if their not showing on your credit report then you shouldn't worry. sometimes 3rd party collector who buy accounts from payday loans are the worst to deal with they will tell you allot of things just to get you to say you'd pay them. so whatever you do do not tell them okay I'll give you the money to stop calling me!! you have no proof of this such payday loan and therefor you have the right to request for valid information regarding this supposed loan. 

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