It gets really frustrating, doesn't it? Paying off your payday loans. You almost wish you didn't take the loan in the first place. Are you trapped in that vicious pay-loan cycle where you keep securing a loan just so you could pay off an existing one?
You took that loan and I bet you said to yourself, "I am going to pay this off next payday." But now, you're stuck with loans and you're paying off one loan with another loan. Unfortunately, there are a lot of people who find themselves in this situation. So, what do you do?
Things You Can Do
If it's too overwhelming, perhaps you can get some assistance in paying off your loans. I'm pretty sure if you're reading this that you need help to pay off your payday loans. Look for government representatives that would help you devise a way to pay off your loans. Also, look into your state laws. Perhaps, the state can help you payoff your loans. There are laws that would allow you to devise a payment scheme which you would be more comfortable with.
Pay Your Loan ASAP
If you take a payday loan, remember to pay that loan as soon as you possibly can. Avoid the "I'll pay the next time" attitude. This only gets you into more trouble with your loans. Pretty soon, you'd find yourself taking out more loans so you could pay the previous loans.
Consider Other Options
If your finances are pretty stiff, consider other money-earning activities that you can do in order to help you pay off your loan. If you have no choice but to get a loan, borrow from friends or relatives - at least you could avoid the overwhelming interest you'd have to pay if you get another loan from banks or lending companies.