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It explains that you need to close that bank account and open a new one somewhere else before you file bankruptcy. I'm not sure what you mean by "can I file him".
Since you're asking a bankruptcy attorney, I assume your question has to do with bankruptcy, and the only person you can file bankruptcy for is yourself. That would eliminate your debts, including the payday loan, leaving your co-worker as the only one the loan company could go after to pay that loan. I filed for bankruptcy on 021913 and the bankruptcy was discharged on 32213. The problem is I have been continually called by a payday loan provider called Ashland Enterprises-although it is hard to pin down a physical address and phone number.
When I filed my attorney told me to give him absolutely everything I could find on Ashland Enterprises, addresses and phone numbers.