Claiming to be American Association of Private Lenders Reports & Reviews (1)
Victim Location 63123
Total money lost $560
Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan
Being a college student my credit score isn’t too good. So I applied for a few personal loans to be able to pay for school this semester. I was denied due to not having a good enough credit score so I thought I would try and get funds from a private lender. This lender said he would give me a loan of 1,000 all I had to do was pay a fee of 50 dollars. Once I paid my fee he then increased it stating that he made a mistake and it was 150 per every 500 dollars I had requested. When it came time for him to send my funds to me he was having complications. He then said he would increase my loan to 2,000 if I made another payment because he was sorry for the inconvenience. I made multiple payments to receive a 2,000-dollar loan that never came to me. Every time I would make a payment he would state that something went wrong or I would have to send him more money. With the way he attempted to gain my information he asked for my bank information because he tried to do a wire transfer then stated that that failed. He then asked me to open a digital credit union account or ally bank account I said no. He after that said he would use my credit card to transfer the funds and that failed as well. He said he didn’t believe that it was me and he needed my Facebook information to confirm my identity. After giving out all my information in hopes for receiving a loan I never got it. I started to gain suspicion after being asked strange questions. These questions included my family’s names and personal information about my life/medical history. I then decided to make a claim because I don’t want someone else to go through this.
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