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Called me and said I was approved for a loan through advance America. had all my information that im sure they got when I applied through a website that I thought was secure. said I was approved for up to $8000, I asked for $5000. They told me that they needed to make sure that I had funds and sent me to the local dollar general store to get a $100. Moneygram card and gave them the numbers and they called me back saying that they needed $263 more for charges through the bank. Needless to say I didn't send any more money and contacted advance America and they informed me that I had been scammed. there is no tony rogers that works there and I should never have to pay any money to get a loan. I am a single mother and I am currently unemployed and only receive unemployment benefits. The hundred dollars that I sent to "receive my loan" was stolen from me and the loan was going to help me get back on track.Show more