Advance fee loan scams and fraudulent loan sites.
#11928 by Kachtice Wed Jul 22, 2009 6:38 pm
Seems like a scammer trying to get personal information from unsuspecting people.

Monday, July 20, 2009 6:35 PM
From: "Mr. John Stephen" <[email protected]>
To: undisclosed-recipients

Good day.

Mr. John Stephen Loan Investment as part of its welfare package is offering a
floating loan scheme at 2 % interest rate without any collateral security.
This is to help individuals reach theirfinancial objectives. The Minimum
amount you can borrow is $5,000.00 USDollars to Maximum of $10.Million.
Our commitment to client service andour innovative approach to problem
solving has been our ultimate goal.

We are certified To Offer The Following Kinds Of Loan

* Personal Loan (Unsecured)
* Business Loan (Unsecured)
* Debt Consolidation Loan
* Improve your home

Contact via E-mail: [email protected]

Please, provide us with the following:

1) Full Name: .........................
2) Gender: ....................................
3) Loan Amount Needed:.............................
4) Loan Duration: ................................
5) Country: ...............................................
6) Home Address: ....................................
7) Mobile Number:......................................
8) fax Number: .........................................
9) Occupation: ..............................
10) Work Address: ..........................................
11) Purpose of Loan : ..............................................
12) Marital Status: .........................................
13) Date Of Birth: ...........................................

I await your swift response so that we can proceed further with your loan terms and condition.

Thanks and Best Regards.
Mr. John Stephen
E-mail: [email protected]
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#11980 by The Enchantress Fri Jul 24, 2009 4:14 pm
Note this report on liar loans click here

All these folks want you to so is send processing fees to them. They don’t have any money to loan.
The victim will have a loan dangled in front of them for an absurd amount of money. Imagine being told (as they do) that you can borrow as much as you want, for as long as you want, with no credit check!!
All of these “lenders” will asked for upfront fee’s to be paid, and of course, no loan will ever come of it.


Ignore these fake offers they are scams - delete and do not reply.

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Never send money by Western Union/Moneygram.
Never give personal information.
Online anyone can claim to be anyone, any age and from anywhere.
#12077 by Arnold Tue Jul 28, 2009 3:36 am
There is an Forex advert at the bottom of this topic. Automatically added by Google ads, and not endorsed by Scamwarners.
There are a lot of Forex scams out there

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