Payday loans Murfreesboro TN


Payday Loans Murfreesboro, TN

Tennessee is the epitome of southern living. Known as The Volunteer State, more than 6.4 million friendly residents call Tennessee home — a number that has steadily grown due in part to a slower pace and old-fashioned southern hospitality. Nashville and its suburban areas have some of the fastest growing populations in the country, and many new residents continue to migrate to the area for its affordable cost of living and job availability.

Just like Tennessee is the epitome of southern living, Speedy Cash is the epitome of payday loans. Known for our easy, fast and friendly service, we're dedicated to getting Tennessee residents the cash they need as quickly as possible. Offering a variety of personal loans, we will work with you to help you get cash fast! All you need is a bank account, steady source of income, and proof of identification.

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I have 5 loans! I signed up with Payday Support Center in Mobile Oct. 2012! Now 1 company is calling threathening me! Help me!

It is ILLEGAL to threaten arrest for non payment of a payday loan. I recovered a $3,000 judgment against a payday lender for such conduct. So, start a journal of every call threatening to have you arrested, etc. Then you may file a complaint with the Alabama State Banking Department, and you may also file suit, or wait to see if you are sued, and then file a counterclaim. I do urge you to hire an attorney for the defense of the payday loan suit and/or lawsuit against the payday lender (and its sleazy collectors). Go to to find a Consumer Protection Attorney in your area.