When consumers report complaints about payday loans, it is most often because they conducted business with a lender who was not verified and licensed to operate a payday loan service in the state. Since traditional payday lending has been outlawed in the state of Arkansas, residents should be wary of applying for pay day loans without first verifying that their lender is in compliance with state law.
Borrowers who believe they have been a victim of predatory lending, or who have questions about their payday loans, should contact the Arkansas State Board of Collection Agencies.
To make a consumer complaint, use the Board of Collection Agencies Complaint Form.
Arkansas Attorney General