Yeah, I did get that before your post but thanks. Clearly my sarcasm was a little too hidden but I had thought the rest of my post would make it apparent. All apologies.
Ah well, more posts on these scammers can only be a good thing.
As soon as you hear the words "Western Union". . . "Money Pak".. . "Green Dot", it's a scam. NO real business in the world uses these forms of payment. NONE. It is a wire transfer - CASH, untraceable CASH. It can be picked up anywhere in the world, Nigeria, for example. As soon as you are asked to pay money, to get money., It's a scam.
"Not transferred" means that the crooks will continue to ask the victim for more fees. And more fees. After the victim finally catches on or runs out of money, then "not transferred" becomes "never transferred".
There is no loan to not transfer. This is common scamspeak that means they haven't finished soaking the mark yet.
"not been transferred?" What is that supposed to mean?
Nevermind, I doubt even you know what you're trying to say, Shill.
Posters, ANYONE asking for money to "vouch" for a loan or for "processing fees" is a SCAMMER. Advanced fee loans are illegal for a reason.
"Fees that aren't disclosed clearly or prominently. Scam lenders may say you?ve been approved for a loan, then call or email demanding a fee before you can get the money. Any up-front fee that the lender wants to collect before granting the loan is a cue to walk away, especially if you?re told it?s for ?insurance,? ?processing,? or just ?paperwork."'
"According to law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and Canada, ads and promotions for advance-fee loans suggest ? or even ?guarantee? ? that there?s a high likelihood that a loan will be approved, regardless of the applicant?s credit history. But to take advantage of the offer, the consumer has to pay a fee. The catch? The scam artist takes off with your fee, and the loan never materializes."
"Don?t pay upfront. It?s against the law for telemarketers to charge any fees in advance if they guarantee or claim that it?s likely that they can help you get a loan."
This Is not A scam due to some reason your loan has been not transferred. call back for more info.
I have gotten so many calls from this company 801-871-8146 or 801-200-3501 looking for a different person, if I tell them it's the wrong number, they just hang up and a different rep calls back a short time later. I even faked that I was him at one point (never mind I am a woman) and told them I changed my mind, I don't want the loan anymore. Nope, didn't work. How do I get the calls to stop? We shut off our phone, and 8 calls went to voice mail today, and that's not including the calls we got before we shut it off.
you are right about that I was looking for a loan and had many companies companies called but I decided to go with this one and gave them money after money like a idiot do not believe them I was scammed
Received three phone calls today stating I was approved for a loan of $3500 and I had to get a show cause voucher for $250.00 to secure the loan. This is a bogus attempt to steal money from you. Do not trust these people as no reputable loan company works in this manner.
Got a call from this number 801 871-8146 froma guy named Robert claiming to be Online Loan Service and I have been approved for a loan, asking me to call him back at the customer service number. Guy has a very strong african accent.
Do not trust this loan company. They are trying to steal your money. They will ask you to buy a voucher card called "Vanilla Reload Network".
this company claims to be a loan company witch is a bunch of bs they said i was approved for 7000 and
i could get 3000 if i had 100 dollars they would give me my cash do not trust these's people
constantly receiving calls from this number for an entirely diff person. Have asked them to stop calling but they continue