PayDaySanta Review

Phone call indicating that I had been approved for a payday loan that I had applied for. However, I have not applied for a payday loan. I get these messages at least once a month indicating that I have been approved for a loan that I have not applied for. I am left an authorization number to claim my money. I am really tired of getting these calls. I am worried that someone is applying for these loans using my name and SS#.

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