Capital Lending / Illegal activities
My son was contacted via e-mail by this company. He did some research and decided the company looked reputable and filled out an application. He was approved for a $13, 000.00 loan. He was so happy because finally he could get some bills consolidated. Since he was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes and IBD last September the money has been tight and the bills have been getting the best of him.
There was one stipulation though, he needed to come up with 10% ($1, 300.00) to put down as collateral. He was so determined to make this work that he did everything in his power to come up with the $1, 300.00. When he came up with the money, he was told to go to Western Union and send it to the address he was given. I didn't think that sending money was a great idea and warned him. He sent the money an Wednesday, June 11th and was told the money would be in his account in 24-48 hours. Friday the 13th the money should have been in his account, well guess what, it wasn't. He has tried calling the company and has sent numerous e-mails, to which he gets no response.
My son gave me the telephone number and I have checked out the sight. I will tell you it is very, very convincing and very professional looking. When you dial the phone number you have to enter an extension otherwise it will hang up on you. These people who are doing this are praying on the innocent. They are targeting people who just once, would like someone to give them a break. My son just happened to be one of those innocent people.
Unfortunately, he will probably never see that money again. He was just trying to get things back on track. I have read the other complaints about this company and I just wish my son would have seen them before making such a huge mistake. I told him to contact a lawyer or even the contact the FBI or some other government agency that could possibly stop these thieves from taking advantage of anyone else. He will be doing that on Monday, June 16th. I hope that anyone else who has been swindled by this company come forward and tell your story, as I have, for my son. Maybe we can stop them.