In This EZ PayDay Cash Review, we bring to you a payday loans company that we think you should steer clear from. Don’t think we are going out of our way to find these horrible places. It’s just the way things are in this industry. We’ve actually found good payday loan companies, and we will let you know about them at a future time. For now, we want to let you know about another stinker. EZ PayDay Cash has a 2 star rating on Consumer Affairs, and holds their badge for being unaccredited. Which is the equivalent of wearing the “dunce” hat, and sitting in the corner. It’s a badge of shame that this company wears proudly. I’m fairly certain, they’ve made no attempt to take care of this rating. Let’s jumps right in to what consumers are saying.

One Consumer stated, “I borrowed $300 like every other payday loan. They offered a 6-month payback at $50 per month. How nice? No, the fine print charges you $75 per month to do it. After 6 months, you will repay the original loan of $300 along with almost $450 in fees. OMG! Didn’t I understand what I was signing? Well, apparently not and I’m a pretty bright guy. You better be very shrewd and nimble to deal with these folks.” We have nothing against fine print. In fact, it’s vital to get consumers to consider what you’re offering. Regardless, at some point you have to go over every single detail with the consumer. The fact that they charged $75 without notifying the consumer is terrible. I’m sure if the consumer had known about the fee initially, they wouldn’t have signed up. This is a good example of how you leave a bad taste in a consumer’s mouth, and ruin your reputation. So all in all, this company is one you should probably stay away from if you value your money, and don’t feel like getting robbed.

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