Ripped off for $150.00 dollars. Trusted them because they used the logo VA. Please capture and prosecute. The number they use is 713-931-3641
Other numbers are (713) 931-3595**(713) 594-0236...
Got a call from this number. Used the name Sam Watson. Offered me a 2000 dollar loan, but wanted me to pay 150.00 for insurance! Really? These people are ridiculous and relentless. They call 10 times a day.
I received a call from-this-number today. I am on a do-not-call register and I do-not-answer calls from unknown, private callers. I do-have voice-mail and when a caller does-not leave a message I assume-it-to be scam or someone not-wanting to be identified as telemarketer. This-one is only-identified as Houston, Texas. I do-not-know anyone in Houston, Texas who doesn't list-their-name; therefore I will-not-answer calls from this-number.
This number stalking me
You've never heard of having to pay any dollar amount to get a loan because it's illegal to require you to send money to get money. Any time you get a call saying you're approved or qualified for a loan or a grant and the caller says you have to pay money in advance - hang up, because it's a scam.
I was trying to get a grant from us grant.org and some how with out knowing I got a phone call from 713)931-1792 saying I got qualified for a v.a loan of 3-6 thousand dollars but i had to load a greenpak card for $300.00 for insurance policley. And I'll get the $6000.00 in my bank account in 1 hour. I never hear of having to pay any dollar amount to get a loan of anykind.
I got scam i realled needee money and i gave them the money and they had a nerve to ask for more money and my so called bulcrap loan was on hold learn from my mistake now im hurting because of them
i got screwed by Justin park. I might have to take a trip to texas
these guys are frauds they ask you to get a green dot money card Im so glad I googled there number I almost did it!! Just cause i need money dont fall for it!!
Hello , Im getting phone calls from 713-931-1792 asking me to give them a money pack card and they will give me a loan. It sounds good lol cause I need the money but im so glad I checked this website out. did this happen to you also?? how can we get these guys in trouble is there some website to report this?? thanks!!
Thank God I checked
like you, Justin Park called saying I was Approved for a loan and wanted 300., thank all of you for your truthfulness
Stop the Scammers
Calls showing on your phone from the following area codes and numbers are known to be Scammers: 713-931-1792, 713-893-1051, 210-401-3930, 979-639-7900, 779-400-0010 and 817-400-1316. The false names used have been Justin Park, Steve J. Brown, Erick Johnson, Don Parker, James Parker, Justin Parker, Scott Thomas and Mark Jacobs. They use many e-mails including email@example.com. All of these individuals have committed identify theft against a Federal Credit Union. Consumers who recently applied online to phony websites for a loan are contacted by e-mail or phone to their phony offer and are told that in order to receive a loan, they have to pay for either an upfront fee, taxes owed, processing fee, etc., in the form of a MoneyPak or Pre-paid credit card including Vanilla Network cards. Do not pay anything and hang up. They also do not speak English as a first language.
almost a sucker
I also received a call from VA Loan saying I have been approved for a large sum loan. talked to Justin Park at no. 713-931-1792, send $300. by money pak voucher then call and my money will be in my account in 30 to 45 minutes !!!! sure glad I checked checked them out first. don't trust anyone since I was scammed by Wynnfield Finance Center, Mr Michael Riley,1-888-999157.,signed by Brody Smith (contract).
Also have some others< Daniel Stewart, supposibliy from American check advance, very threatening and ignorant.
Mr.Chase (Anthony) from American check Advanvce, scammed me out of $750.00
I recieved this call from this person saying I qualified for a loan right away he says do you have $150.00 dlls I said me pay 150.00dlls to get a loan noway and hung up
Liar. You "got" nothing, except poor attempts at scamming people.
Posters, advanced fee loans ARE ILLEGAL. They are ALWAYS scams. Don't fall for it!
i got loan
Received two calls from this phone number 713-931-1792...no one ever answers; have to leave vm...when the caller calls back, the caller ID shows 000-0000 but the recording leaves the 713 phone number. The message left on my vm states, "you have been approved for loan up to $10,000 and gives an approval code." This is definitely a scam if you have to send money by MoneyPak.
Calls from area code and number 713-931-1792 are associated with Justin Park. He voluntarily placed his personal information on these independent sites (not recommended) and called and told me that I was approved for a short term loan that is affiliated with companies that the scammer has no association with whatsoever. I was told by telephone that in order to receive the loan,I have to pay for either an upfront fee, taxes owed, processing fee, etc., in the form of a MoneyPak. I have called he police.
I started getting a barrage of calls, some spoofed numbers and several asking for Dennis Fox. The VA loan number 713-931-1792 also in the list. Registered several numbers with Do not call registry as a complaint. Hoping they get fined for calling, but it probably won't do any good if they are using VOIP. The phone company and the government don't seem to care about these scammers. I had this happen about 6 months ago and had to change my phone number. I have an unlisted number now and still getting this crap. Even the local police came over and said there is nothing they can do. Its just too easy for thieves to get software that spoofs any number they want including their caller ID can show what they want. Many seniors are duped into believing that it is really not a Bank calling them to get their pin number to fix something with their account. The law has no protection for individuals. Only the criminals can get lawyers to defend them if they get caught. Had to turn my home phone off again for a week to try and stop this forever calling.
this is still going on? What does it take to shut these people down! they are alo posing as VA Loan Officers...using our veterans to gain a dollar! report to the State Attorney General's office!!
This is a criminal extortion scam operating out of India. They are making the calls utilizing VOIP and the names of legitimate firms to make it appear the calls are originating from within the US. There is NO "company" or "debt" and you will NOT be arrested. They are harvesting and/or buying consumers' personal identifying information from unscrupulous websites like the one you may have filled out an application with, and you need to do whatever you can to protect yourself. This includes: Notifying the FTC: https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/, placing fraud alerts with all three credit bureaus, notifying your bank and employer and letting these criminals know you are aware they are attempting to extort money for a non-existent debt and have alerted the authorities.
ABC News released an investigative report on this scam a year ago:
This company more specifically, one employee (unknown name, strong accent) calls me repeatedly all day every day, morning and night. He's started making rude comments and then hangs up. Please help me put a stop to this. Thanks.
This company called me posing as veteran affair loans and scammed me as well and the sad part is I am a veteran.
i keep getting phone calls from this number about payday loans they trying to scan out of 150 dollars something about insurance i typed in the phone number on my computer and found out it was a scam fourtinely i was smart enough to investigate first but now i get all kind of calls from different numbers for a payday loan all saying the same thing send 150 or 180 for insurance for a paayday loan
Yes. There are so many searches in Google for Moneypak scam. Go to http://www.kpho.com/story/21291286/scammers-n ... -moneypak-cards
I began getting dozens of calls over the past few weeks from this and other numbers. All saying that I had filled out an online loan application, which I had not done. I couldn't figure out how this could happen. But now after reading the comment strings it reminds me I purchased a MoneyPak a couple of weeks ago to add money to my PayPal account. Possible it could be connected?
Report it to FCC / FTA they do find & come down hard on scammers if enough people complain. I do the pick up & immediately hang up because that's what my block caller feature does but I'm almost filled up with these kind of calls.