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  • Got me for a hundred dollars

    $100.00Unresolved

    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.

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    • My demands: I just want my money back.
    • User Recommendation: Stay away
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Monetary damages: $100.00
    snippysamus
    Dec 08, 2015
    Complaint #: 798
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Jay Walker

Sep 10, 2016 11:52 AM

This caller targets people who apply for online loans. He will try to get you to grant him access to your bank account. He or an accomplice will then make fraudulent mobile check deposits; when funds are made available by the bank, he would instruct you to "verify" by sending him a Moneygram via bank debit. Of course the check deposits will eventually bounce, and your bank will freeze the account. The culprit goes by the alias "James Anderson", claiming to represent "eLoan" in Texas, and sounds like a third-world immigrant with a British accent.