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VA Loans Reports & Reviews (5)

Victim Location 56007
Total money lost $200
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

they claim to be a loan company and you are approved for a loan, no money, no fees, no hassle. So you think.. they will ask if you have a bank account and in order for the to verify your identity and receive payments of loan automatically, they need your banking info. then they will deposit a small amount ($200)justifying its to test that your account is in good standing. then they ask you to return the money by getting a google play card and giving them the info. after that the deposit they put in bounces and you never hear from them again

Victim Location 28043
Total money lost $146
Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

I applied online for a loan. They contacted me, said I was approved for $1500- $6000. *** *** sent me emails of a contract. Said he need a picture of my drivers license and my signature. Next I would need to pay upfront $143 installation which covers if I’m out of work. He instructed me to get a Reloadit card from Food lion. Call him when I got there. He then wanted a picture of the card and receipt. He said my money would be in my bank account in 35 - 45 minutes. Still no money, I called today and no answer number says magic jack customer. ***. I am out $146 in all. They will not answer the phone at all.

Victim Location 08648
Type of a scam Government Grant

I had been getting calls from a number 713-481-0142 and since I was not answering they left a voice message that I was approved for VA Loans. On Friday 2/19/16 I called the number listed to find out more since I didn't applied for a loan. Plus I know VA stands for Veteran Affairs which I definitely didn't applies since I'm not in military. The person insisted he was VA Loans and that I was approved for a loan from $2,000 up to $10,000. He would just need some information from me. I explained that I didn't applied for such loan, person insisted and said if I provided my email he would email document. I continued with conversation and allowed for person to email me. When I received document and it had VA's logo on a PDF it clearly looked fake. I immediately hanged up the phone and a hour later I was getting calls from the same number but didn't answer. Minutes later I received another call from a different number and person again identified as VA loans I got upset and told person to stop calling me because I knew they were scammers. I haven't seems to have gotten calls anymore. But this made me thinking how far scammers can go to, especially when trying to use one of our government office to pertain they are officials. I knew this could not be possible especially because I have a brother that served in US military and is a veteran of US Marin Corps and he looked at document that was emailed to me and also knew it was fake. I hope my report can help others and be cautious.

Victim Location 71105
Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

Eric Martin, VA Loans, contacted the consumer and offered a loan of $10,000.00. He direct deposited $884.00 into their bank account and said that they would have to send it back to pay the fees for the loan and he would give them the details how to do this later. After they pay the fees, the $10,000.00 loan would be deposited into their account. They have received the $884.00 but he has not told them yet how to send it back. Eric Martin send the consumer a copy of a "Certificate of No Complaints," from the ScamPulse.com, to prove that he (his company: US Department of Veterans Affairs) is an accredited member. However, the US Department of Veterans Affairs is not an accredited business with the BBB.

Victim Location 20645
Total money lost $700
Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

Received a loan approval email from an individual claiming to be from the Department of Veteran Affairs loan department. The email had a break down of what I would have to pay and for how long depending on the type of loan that I chose to receive. It also indicated that once the loan was transferred, my first monthly installment would be due 30 days on the date authorization was given. When I called the number given (713) 597-6904 I was told that if I sent my first two monthly installments (a total of 700.00) to them to prove I could make the payments, my money would be transferred to me in an hour (red flag). I was also told that I needed to send it via money gram first to Eric Martin. This didn't sit well with me so I didn't do it but, after asking questions I decided to go ahead and try it, the new name I was given was Dania Toledo. After transferring the money, I never received the funds and I was then instructed to pay another 475.00 as insurance in the event I was unable to continue to pay on my loan or if I was to lose my job. When I said no, and that I wanted my money back, I was told that I couldn't get it back. When I notified them that I was contacting the ScamPulse.com I kept getting calls and they were trying to promise me that everything was legit and that if I paid the 475.00 I could have the loan amount in my account, however, if I chose to cancel my loan amount that it would be 80.00 and I wouldn't receive my money for 45 days.

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